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‘Actual harm’ not the standard for mom’s move (access required)

A mother gets another chance to prove her move to Pennsylvania was good for her seven-year-old son, after the Virginia Court of Appeals reversed a custody change to the father. The trial court applied the wrong legal standard when it used the “actual harm” test instead of the “best interests of the child” test to ...

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