2 edition of Child Custody Litigation found in the catalog.
Child Custody Litigation
Pennsylvania Bar Institute.
by Pennsylvania Bar Inst
Written in English
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Therefore, California child custody laws can make certain aspects of legal custody sole without making a complete order for sole legal custody. Our family law attorneys typically see this in the context of medical and/or educational decisions when one parent is far better equipped or the other parent is simply unfit to deal with such issues. A parent with legal custody can make decisions about the child's schooling, religious upbringing and medical care, for example. In many states, courts regularly award joint legal custody, which means that the decision making is shared by both parents. If you share joint legal custody with the other parent and you exclude him or her from the.
Child Custody Actions in Connecticut A Guide to Resources in the Law Library court providing for the legal custody, physical custody or visitation with respect to a child. The term includes a permanent, temporary, initial and modification Best Interest of the Child File Size: KB. His book clearly and concisely explains the process of court child custody litigation. It shows how custody decisions are made and how parents can insure that their abilities are clearly presented to persons with influence over the custody decision. Helps eliminate surprises that lead to costly mistakes.
The first comprehensive examination of the increasingly important role of forensic psychologists in consulting and expert witness testimony in child custody litigation, this book offers practical advice on understanding the critical psychological dynamics often found in child custody cases as well as guidance in using your own forensic. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gardner, Richard A. Child custody litigation. Cresskill, N.J.: Creative Therapeutics, © (OCoLC)
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Child Custody Litigation and Settlements provides an authoritative, insider's perspective on developing and focusing trial strategies with the child's best interests in mind.
Featuring experienced partners from law firms across the nation, these experts guide the reader through creating successful co-parenting arrangements and managing client expectations regarding the trial : Multiple Authors.
His book fully, clearly, and concisely explains the process of court child custody litigation. It shows how custody decisions are made, what can be expected at each stage of the process, and how parents can insure that their abilities are clearly presented to persons with influence over the custody decision/5(28).
For psychologists and others starting their careers in forensic custody assessments, the multitude of legal, ethical, and clinical issues can be daunting, and the risk of causing emotional injury is real. This book explains the complex judicial and legal requirements of child custody evaluations.
The authors review the legal evidentiary standards that pertain to psychological testing, scientific evidence, /5(14). Family Evaluation in Child Custody Litigation Hardcover – March 1, by Richard A. Gardner (Author) › Visit Amazon's Richard A.
Gardner Page. Find all the Child Custody Litigation book, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author. Cited Child Custody Litigation book Overview In Family Evaluation in Custody Litigation, authors Benjamin and Gollan provide a step-by-step child custody assessment protocol that protects families, while at the same time helps new evaluators minimize the likelihood of committing ethical infractions or : 6 family evaluation in custody litigation Specific training in IPV, child abuse, trauma, and substance abuse may also be required if these issues surface in the case.
Given the complexity of the law, the high stakes and money involved in these cases, and the specificity of some questions asked, it. Family law books Our family law books cover a wide range of topics, including executing and administering divorce, child custody, elder-care proceedings, and more.
Sort by: Top Sellers Product Title A-Z Product Title Z-A. A common question we receive in child custody cases involving children who are “tweens” or “teens” is whether the children can choose with which parent to live a majority of the time.
For many parents, this scenario can be heartbreaking – no parent wants to feel rejected by his or her own child. The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Child Custody Litigation: Allegations of Child Sexual Abuse by Kathryn Kuehenie, D.H.
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Child Custody. parent and child parent and child, legal relationship, created by biological (birth) relationship or by adoption, that confers certain rights and duties on parent and child; in some states the courts have given the nonbiological, nonadoptive partner of a.
The authors have created a remarkable book (and ebook) of carefully condensed law, together with hundreds of well analyzed and indexed cases (Pennsylvania, federal and county), full text of child custody statutes and related Rules, the Hague Convention, and the most-needed forms.
Get the information you need at all stages of a custody case, taking into account the changing needs and evolving nature of families. Distinction Between “Child Custody” and “Visitation” B. Distinction Between “Legal” and “Physical” Custody Sole Legal Custody Joint Legal Custody c.
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Rorschach Assessment in Child Custody Cases By Irving B. Weiner The Rorschach Inkblot Method (RIM) is a personality assessment instrument that provides information about how people tend to make decisions, solve problems, perceive their surroundings, think about events in their lives, deal with their feelings, manage stress, and form impressions Cited by: 9.
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Custody obtain a legal upper-hand, and wear the target parent down and out. books that are written specifically for this purpose (by those who were more than likely successful employing such tactics, and unsurprisingly, by attorneys.
The first comprehensive examination of the increasingly important role of forensic psychologists in consulting and expert witness testimony in child custody litigation, this book offers practical advice on understanding the critical psychological dynamics often found in child custody cases as well as guidance in using your own forensic consultant and testifying expert in complex :.
There are two kinds of custody: physical and legal. Physical custody is the right to have a child live with you. Legal custody is the right to make decisions about the child’s welfare and education.
It’s common for divorced parents to share one or both kinds of Edition: 4th. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Child custody litigation by Kathryn Kuehnle, September 5,Haworth Press edition, Hardcover in English.
Child Custody Litigation: Allegations of Child Sexual Abuse is one of the few resources to tackle this difficult forensic area.
This unique book examines the myths concerning the occurrence of child sexual abuse (CSA) and victim characteristics, the basic principles of a sex offender evaluation, and the ways evaluators craft their evaluations.