Family

Two habitual residences: determining jurisdiction

By Andrew Feldstein

A child custody case involving two habitual residences across borders recently caught the attention of family lawyers far and wide. The mother in the case was a Canadian citizen who resides in Toronto, with no status in the United States other than that of a visitor. The father was an American citizen who resides in Buffalo, New York. The parties were engaged in a long distance relationship. Read More at Feldstein Family Law Group Blog

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