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Mom Not Subject to ‘Fugitive Disentitlement’ Doctrine (access required)

A mother’s move with the parties’ daughter to Austria, in violation of a Michigan divorce decree, does not allow the Court of Appeals to apply the “fugitive disentitlement” doctrine to dismiss mother’s appeal. The 2003 Michigan divorce decree provided mother could not relocate the residence of the child more than 100 miles from the child’s residence ...

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