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Timothy P. Flynn

Jeanne: Great post. I did a custody update post back in January that focused on some of the school impact caselaw. Always useful reading your posts. Keep them coming.

Jeanne M Hannah

Thanks, Tim, for reminding me of Hoeve v Hoeve http://tinyurl.com/yee53lp. In that recent case, the Court of Appeals decisions held that the parents' school-district decision may be, by itself, proper cause to change custody. In Hoeve,the parents lived about 70-miles apart and as a pre-schooler, the child alternated week-on-week-off between the mother and father. Father sought and was awarded sole physical custody, however, once the child became eligible for kindergarten and the court of appeals affirmed.

Family law appellate attorney Scott Bassett says that the Hoeve case suggests that parental school choice disputes is the "new frontier" in child custody litigation.

You may read Tim Flynn's excellent family law blog here: http://electronicdivorceattorney.blogspot.com/

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