State lawmakers in New York are scheduled to meet this week to consider changes to family court to better address the rights of children, including a review of the judiciary’s role in custody, visitation and child support cases.
They’re scheduled to hold a public hearing on that issue Thursday in Manhattan, after which legislation will likely be proposed to address what’s heard from stakeholders.
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