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Research indicates that abusers seek sole custody more often than nonviolent parents, and they succeed about 70 percent of the time.
Numerous psychological assessments have been developed to measure trauma in children, theoretically providing a tool for family courts and child protective workers to help determine where custody should be granted or where the child's best interests lay. But advocates for mothers who lose custody to men they accuse of abuse say courts and social workers often ..