This is such a weird and tortuous case, being that it evolved from the Family Courts of two abutting counties, that I’m going to treat it as a Part 1 and a Part 2. Part 1 begins in Tompkins County Family Court and Part 2 ends in Schuyler County Family Court. Nevertheless, the same judge presides over all matters in each county.
I wouldn’t normally write a blog post this way, but I have a thing for both the alphabetical order of decisions and attributing decisions to specific counties.
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