custody battle

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litigation to settle custody of the children of a divorced couple

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The match was Azarenka's first since Wimbledon last year, with the custody battle seeing her pull out of both the US and Australian Opens.
However, once Anika (Grace Byers) was released from jail, she wanted her daughter back, which caused the custody battle.
All monies raised will go towards the "Jason's Journey" charity set up by Mr Corbett's family, after they were hit with massive legal bills from the custody battle in the US courts.
They went through a lengthy child custody battle, and Usher was awarded primary custody of the boys last year.
The reasons behind the divorce and any potential custody battle are likely to remain private for the time being, though they will no doubt be a source of much speculation.
Bitter breakups and celebrity child custody battles seem to be all the rage
A JUDGE warned that three children at the centre of a bitter custody battle could be in danger just 24 hours before they were found dead.
New York, July 21 (ANI): Sandra Bullock's estranged husband motor mechanic Jesse James has won the custody battle of his 8-year-old daughter Sunny with porn star ex-wife Janine Lindemulder.
Three hundred children put up an impressive show that lasted more than four hours for a crowd of 500 who had come to see the children perform on stage and show support to the ongoing custody battle concerning 10-year-old Adam Jones.
McFadden says he no longer has enough money to fund yet another custody battle.
A FATHER threw his four-year-old daughter to her death from a 200ft bridge yesterday after a custody battle with his estranged wife.
Elian and his father Juan Miguel Gonzalez had been separated for nearly five months, entangled in an international custody battle and transformed into heroes in the United States and in their native Cuba.
THE father of a 12-year-old girl who ran away from her mother's home to live with him in Pakistan yesterday said he hoped the international custody battle would finally be settled today.
The mother of a 12-year-old girl who ran away to Pakistan with her father must attend a court in the country for her custody battle to proceed, a judge ruled yesterday.
A court in Pakistan today ordered the father of a custody battle British girl to surrender her passport to ensure she is not taken out of Pakistan.