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‘Habitual Residence’ Set Under Hague Convention (access required)

A circuit court did not err in finding that Korea was the habitual residence of appellant’s daughter, who had dual U.S. and Korean citizenship, and in finding that father had not proven his allegations that his daughter had been sexually abused in Korea; the Court of Appeals upholds a determination that the mother was entitled ...

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