Nondisparagement: Can the court intervene?

Oftentimes in contentious custody matters, language is sought that neither parent disparage the other to a child or in the presence of a child. A recent Supreme Judicial Court case, Shak v. Shak, decided that, unless the parties voluntarily agree to such nondisparagement language, the Court cannot order nondisparagement unless the harm expected from the […]

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