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Suggested Books for General Public and a Fellow’s Clients
- Building Your Family Through Assisted Reproduction
- Child Centered Residential Guidelines
- Divorce Manual
- Financial Issues in Divorce: A Client Handbook
- Making Marriage Last
- Model Parenting Plan
- Navigating the Divorce Process When You Have a Child with Special Needs
- Stepping Up Your Parenting: Focusing on Kids’ Needs During Separation or Divorce
- Voices of the Children
- What Should We Tell the Children
Stepping Up Your Parenting: Focusing on Kids' Needs During Separation or Divorce
Stepping Up Your Parenting: Focusing on Kids' Needs During Separation or Divorce is an excellent resource to assist clients through the divorce process with their children's well-being in mind. This is a useful guide with practical tips, resources and recommended reading to aid parents in putting their children first.
This handbook is an excellent resource to assist clients through the divorce process with their children's well-being in mind. This is a useful guide with practical tips and resources.
This book was designed to assist intended parents in understanding the legal issues involved in building a family through adoption and assisted reproduction.
This book was designed to assist parents in thinking about what to say to their children when separating...
This video is intended for anyone who is involved in family law disputes involving children.
This book was designed as a resource to: (1) assist judges in specifying the tasks and responsibilities of the counsel they appoint in custody and visitation cases, and (2) help counsel to provide children with more effective representation in cases involving their vital interests.
This book was designed to assist parents in understanding how the divorce process is affected when a child with special needs is involved.
This model act provides guidance for state legislatures in addressing the difficult issue of relocating children after divorce. Only available for download – not for sale
This model (on hard copy and CD), can help attorneys and their clients who are parents of children subject to court orders, develop parenting plans that detail the manner in which parents intend to continue caring for their children after divorce
This book is a resource for anyone interested in learning what it takes to keep a marriage intact and healthy
This book is an excellent resource for clients who have either just begun or are in the middle of the divorce process. It combines advice about the legal and financial aspects, as well as providing a roadmap through the journey in both realistic and practical terms.
This book is intended for those going through the divorce process, to give you some idea of what to expect in court, and to assist you and your attorney to work together more effectively.
This book was designed, in part, to guide and assist custody evaluators, attorneys and the court in the performance of their duties, continuing to their ongoing education, thereby promoting good practice, and to provide information to those who use the services of custody evaluators.
This book was designed to assist parents, judges, lawyers, mediators and parent educators in drafting child-centered residential guidelines, focusing on best interests, and as a result, reducing parental conflict relating to time sharing of children.
This downloadable pdf is being offered as a references to the judiciary as a glossary of terms and gender pronouns.