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Custody evaluations: Does court-appointed expert get the last word? (access required)

When a lawyer in a custody case gets an “absolutely killing” report from a court-appointed evaluator, there are two options. First, you can “surrender,” family law practitioner Michael S. Ewing said at the Henrico County Bar Association’s Bench-Bar program on Jan. 26. And that’s “often the best option,” he said. But you don’t have to wave ...

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