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Sondra M. Miller Sondra M. Miller

Matrimonial and custody determinations have long been noted for their detrimental effect on the litigants, their children, their counsel … and even the judiciary. In the wake of the current pandemic, the trauma is exacerbated. Magnified social and psychological tensions affect all—and inflict damage, often permanent, particularly on the children subject to the conflict. Ellen C. Schell, “How the Public Health Crisis Makes Preventing Domestic Violence Harder,” NYSBA.org, May 1, 2020.

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