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Appellate Court Blasts Use Of Masters In Custody Cases

Masters should only be appointed in the most exceptional child custody cases, because observing the demeanor and credibility of witnesses is a task too important for the court to delegate, according to the Western District of the Missouri Court of Appeals. Court congestion, "games" played by attorneys, and long delays alone are not exceptional ...
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