Because no one’s ever truly satisfied with the outcome of a child custody fight, the legislature has introduced a bill that would streamline how judges make custody decisions.  The current effort—“A Bill Relative to Child Centered Family Law” (S.4107) contains a raft of new checklists, shifted burdens of proof, and presumptions that, if passed into law, will rock the foundations of family law.  Read Attorney Kent’s article published in the Massachusetts Lawyers Journal below to get a taste of the future of child custody law:

Custody, Codified by Lisa G. Kent