Idaho Supreme Court hears arguments in ‘sham’ child marriage case – Post Register

The Idaho Supreme Court listened to arguments Friday in a case involving a child marriage that reportedly was used to circumvent a court’s authority on custody.
The case involves Boise resident Erin Sue Carver, who divorced her ex-husband William Hornish in 2012. Hornish has since moved to Florida, and Carver was demanding sole custody rights over their 16-year-old daughter due to the vast distance between Idaho and Florida.
While the case to determine child custody was proceeding, however, Carver and her attorney learned Hornish had arranged for and given permission for his daughter to marry, which would end the issue of custody.
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