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Covid-19 coronavirus: Top Family Court judge urges shared custody parents to 'put aside their conflict'

New Zealand Herald Wednesday, 25 March 2020
Covid-19 coronavirus: Top Family Court judge urges shared custody parents to 'put aside their conflict'Children in shared care arrangements can still travel between their homes during the coronavirus lockdown, while the Principal Family Court Judge urges parents to "put aside their conflict".Principal Family Court Judge Jacquelyn...
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News video: Parents' concern about coronavirus lockdown impact on shared custody

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A "high number" of shared custody parents have voiced concern their ex-partner could take advantage of lockdown rules and withold access to their children, a family lawyer has said. Lorraine Harvey, at Slater and Gordon, spoke out about the impact of self-isolation measures on children with two...

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