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Custodial Interference in New Mexico Divorce & Family Law Cases

August 5, 2010, by clawadmin

What happens if parties to a divorce or paternity case have gone through all of the mediation and court hearings required to reach a parenting plan that establishes child custody, but one parent just won’t comply with the Court’s order? In New Mexico, the non-complaint party may be charged with the crimes of custodial interference or unlawful interference with custody. These […]

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