How family law professionals can help alienated children make and maintain healthy relationships with both parents.
As a family law practitioner, you have the ability to refer your clients to an education program that is superior to what the court orders — allowing your clients and their children to experience less conflict throughout the divorce process.
Diana Shepherd, the Editorial Director of Family Lawyer Magazine, speaks with family lawyer Allison Williams and forensic psychologist Erik Dranoff about the role custody evaluations play in the divorce process.
Valuing and dividing retirement accounts is more complex than most attorneys expect. An experienced financial professional can provide ideas to help divide these accounts strategically – and avoid unnecessary costs.
From identifying bias in reports to preparing your witness to building a psychological case in court, here are some great tips on gathering and presenting evidence to support your case.
A review of the Louisiana paternity case DCFS v. Lowrie by Frank P. Tranchina, Jr. of Tranchina & Mansfield, LLC.
A New York State Supreme Court judge handed a $10,000 penalty to a pro se patent lawyer for misconduct during a child custody hearing.
A review of the appeals – marital property case Hamm v. Hamm that went through the Oklahoma Supreme Court in 2015.
A review of the evidence case Jensen v. Poindexter that went through the Oklahoma Supreme Court in 2015.
A review of the property division case Alexander v. Alexander that went through the Oklahoma Supreme Court in 2015.