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Unfortunately, children are often taken away from their homes, though fortunately not all cases are as extreme as this one. The Michigan Supreme Court case Foster v. Wolkowitz involves a mom who took her daughter from an Illinois home to Michigan. One of the many unfortunate facts of this case is that even though a Michigan judge agreed during a judicial teleconference to hold a UCCJEA home state hearing in Michigan, such a hearing was never held. Instead, the Michigan court ignored the UCCJEA and took jurisdiction of the case using another law. Is Michigan the new Brazil?

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