One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A court of law that handles cases involving domestic issues such as divorce, child custody, etc.
- ‘At the same time, he knows that if he takes his children he could be arrested for kidnapping and that the family courts would probably grant his wife custody, again leaving his children in harm's way.’
- ‘Many judges are specially appointed to hear family court matters only.’
- ‘Dissolving a civil union is tantamount to divorce and must be done through Vermont's family court.’
- ‘We are also expecting a ruling from a family court judge who has been asked to grant temporary custody to the great uncle with whom the boy has been living.’
- ‘She's also a best-selling author, and a former judge in New York's family court.’
- ‘The Law Reform Commission has also recommended that regional family courts should be set up to deal with divorce cases separately but this has not been implemented.’
- ‘Men believe that family courts have become so unfair that in case of divorce, they will lose custody of their children and their ex will take them for all they're worth.’
- ‘They go before a family court in order to win back custody of Boy, but their case is weakened when Jane accidentally lets slip that he's not their biological son.’
- ‘Some of the decisions handed down by the family courts have led to a growing feeling among husbands that the courts are biased against them.’
- ‘They went before a family court in order to win back custody of the boy.’
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