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special masters for family law
Terri | 7/21/2005 7:10:16 PM

Is it difficult to do away with a family special master? My children are 14 and 12 and I would like not to have a special master involved in our case.
The special master is supposed to oversee both custodial issues and legal custody issues but is not responding to anything regarding our case at the moment. She has not responded in nearly a month although she does have a retainer and is not on vacation.
I would like the ability to go directly to the courts, can I do this even though there is a special master who is supposed to be overseeing the legal custody order? Are special masters even supposed to oversee the legal custody order?
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