First Amendment and Divorce

Amendment and Divorce

First Amendment and Divorce

Usually when a spouse asserts the right to free speech in any proceeding, the judges takes precautionary measures to ensure that each parties’ rights are preserved. However, if parents are involved in a custody dispute and one parent’s speech interferes with the other parent’s custodial time with the children, the trial court can limit that parent’s right to free speech.

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The right to free speech may be curtailed in a divorce.

The right to free speech may be curtailed in a divorce.

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