Child Custody Factors: Relationship With Both Parents Gains in Importance

, New York Law Journal


Timothy M. Tippins, an adjunct professor at Albany Law School, writes that the behavioral science field can be of immense assistance to the custody court in providing relevant information, but it cannot resolve the policy judgments that are committed squarely to judicial authority.

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  • Daniel Burns

    This excellent article serves to demonstrate the folly of litigating a custody dispute, especially when the option of mediation exists which can help each parent identify his/her "underlying interests" rather than focusing on the negative feelings he/she may have toward the other parent.

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