Jennifer Friedlin

Mothers Push Reforms in Family Courts’ Handling of Custody Cases

By Jennifer Friedlin

Amy Neustein’s marriage lasted less than four years; her battle to reform the court system that barred her from seeing her daughter following a nasty custody dispute has raged for nearly two decades. Now, Neustein, an Orthodox Jew with a doctorate in sociology, says she sees some light at the end of what has been a very long tunnel.Over the pastRead More

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