Child custody laws debated at Capitol

By Tom Miller 

WV’s child custody laws were the subject of a public hearing at the Capitol Weds. Three bills were up for debate before House Judiciary members, but most of the attention was on the bill that would make 50/50 shared parenting the default in custody battles.

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One Comment on “Child custody laws debated at Capitol”

  1. Good thing. as news that family court is completely dysfunctional appears to only be news to media – which does not cover family court, the busiest court in the nation.

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