Family Law: Change In Circumstances Required Modification Of Visitation Order To Limit Non-Custodial Parent’s Visitation To Ensure The Best Interests Of The Child

The NY Supreme Court, Appellate Division, held that a custodial parent established change in circumstances that required modification of visitation order to limit non-custodial parent’s visitation to ensure the best interests of the child; non-custodial parent harassed and threatened custodial parent, used illegal drugs in front of the child, overmedicated the child by giving him adult cold medicine in a dosage that was higher than that recommended for adults, and brought the child to watch as non-custodial parent shot rats that were inside grandparents’ home, all of which caused deterioration in non-custodial parent’s relationship with child. (White v. Cicerone)
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