Case:In re the Marriage of R.E.F. v. A.M.A. f/k/a A.M.F. (mem. dec.)
by Mike Kohlhaas, Bingham Greenebaum Doll
I typically do not circulate memorandum decisions, but I considered this case to be interesting and notable. The Court of Appeals affirmed a trial court’s order that each parent would have sole legal custody on an alternating annual basis. The Court of Appeals rejected Father’s argument that the arrangement constituted in impermissible automatic change in custody, such as in Bojrab. The Court distinguished the instant case as being an automatic and scheduled change of custody, and not one that was dependent upon a future change in factual circumstances (e.g., if one parent decides to move out of state in the future.)
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