I didn't post anything yesterday because I had the post-vacation blues. Without fail, after every vacation I ever take, I literally need at least a one-day vacation from my vacation, just to ease back into the reality of everyday life. So, I wasn't exactly in the mood to post anything yesterday. The longer the vacation, the tougher it is to get back to work. Simple inertia, really. And the older I get, the tougher it seems to be to get back to work. I greatly enjoyed our mini-vacation to the White Mountains and would have loved to have gotten more hiking in. Maybe another time.
Two more cases, both from family courts.
The first case involves a large number of factors and showcases what is expected of attorneys for children in cases like this.
The second case involves the prickly issue of prison visitation. This is a sterling decision by the Third Department as it nails every issue and reverses obvious errors.
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