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Martin E. Friedlander

In a decision issued by the Second Department in August 2017 in the case of Weisberger v. Weisberger, 2017 NY Slip Op. 06212, the Appellate Division modified the religious observance provision arising out of a Stipulation of Settlement and subsequent motion practice. The decision was initiated by a motion to the Kings County Supreme Court: Both parties moved for a change to the custody and visitation provision of the parties’ underlying agreement. This two-part article reviews the decision in the broader legal context, coupled with the perspective provided by a forensic psychologist.

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