September 7, 2005
Single mom in Kentucky National Guard struggling for custody of daughter
Despite all of her external ruggedness, Lt. Eva Crouch starts to cry just thinking about losing custody of her daughter. A member of the Kentucky National Guard, Crouch's family life changed dramatically when she was deployed in 2003. Now, more than a year after her return, Crouch has finally won the latest round in a court battle and custody of her daughter. . . . There are currently about 360 single parents in the Kentucky National Guard. However, there are no laws specifically protecting them from losing custody because of a deployment. Eva Crouch says her case is illustrative of a need for better safeguards to protect single-parent soldiers in custody disputes. Crouch estimated her legal fees cost about $10,000, and she lost a year with her daughter. By Associated Press, WKYT TV Newsfirst, http://www.wkyt.com/Global/story.asp?S=3807600 (Last visited September 6, 2005, REO).
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