All too often, false allegations of abuse are made in child custody cases. Many times, judges will award the parent who made the accusation physical custody even when these allegations are unfounded. Once these decisions have been made, it is challenging and sometimes nearly impossible to have them reversed. Making false allegations of abuse are a form of domestic abuse and has profound and lasting effects on both the victim and their children.
“Support for legislation to create a presumption of equal shared parenting in child custody cases has increased since 2017” -Nanos National Survey (2022)
If you have been following us for a while, you know that we support what is in the best interest of children. Evidence shows that