It's not so much that the Magistrate "fabricated facts," it's that you're disputing the factual findings the magistrate made. Your argument is that it was an abuse of discretion for the Magistrate to find as s/he did. As for caselaw, that'd need to either come from hiring an attorney (as same would need to be crafted to the individual facts of your case) or you'd need to hit the Law Library. Schedule a consult with an Orange/Westchester Family Law attorney for a full assessment.  -- David Bliven, Westchester Family Law attorney (