On April 28, 2018, Stephanie Frangos Hagan, Esq. was selected to speak on a panel for the AAML New Jersey Annual Conference on the topic of relocation.  The panel, titled “Relocation after Bisbing v. Bisbing” featured Supreme Court Justice Anne M. Patterson who penned the Bisbing v. Bisbing landmark decision, as well as the Honorable Marie Lihotz, P.J.A.D. (ret.).  The (10) person panel explained the shift in the law and discussed how the Bisbing decision presents important strategic implications for attorneys and parents when they negotiate custody arrangements, and for judges when they consider relocation applications.

Ms. Hagan previously lectured on the Supreme Court decision in Bisbing v. Bisbing and the relocation standard at the Barry Croland Family Law Inn of Court on September 19, 2017, where she moderated a panel of attorneys who were instrumental in advancing the position of the Family Law Section of the NJSBA before the Supreme Court in Bisbing.


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