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NY FAMILY LAW MONTHLY

March 2011

Responding to Bullying

A Family Practitioner’s Perspective

By Jerome A. Wisselman and Lauren Chartan

With the advent of New York’s recently amended legislation permitting Family Courts to issue orders of protection in certain bullying cases, attorneys in family practice have a new reason to assist clients with these matters.

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