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Postdivorce Relocation and Children: A Psycholegal Dilemma
Michelle L. Nadeau, MS

Children of divorce unwittingly find themselves in a precarious position within both the family and legal systems. Enter the subject of...

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Relocation and Long Distance Families.
Jan M. DeLipsey, PhD

Although itís the latest and hottest topic in family law, over the last several decades a portion...

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Trial Science: Psychology and the Court Room.
Alan R. Gordon, MSW, PhD

Courtroom psychology or Trial Science utilizes many of psychology's best professionals. It is fascinating but it is not a new development....

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The Gordon Relocation Assessment Protocol For Children
Robert Gordon, JD, PhD

The GRAP is a clinical forensic assessment protocol. It is designed to evaluate the circumstances of a child in light of...

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Collaborative Law: Training Needs
Michael M. Nash JD, PhD

Development of collaborative law is considered. The focus is now on the client rather than fact patterns and legal forms. Lawyers will...

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