In the 1970s, renowned child psychiatrists Goldstein, Freud, and Solnit asserted that repeated litigation of child custody
was harmful to children and that initial child custody
orders assigning primary physical custody to a "fit" parent should not be subject to modification.
With that caveat, the specific tests used and the timing of those tests are important in the context of a child custody
adopted the Uniform Child Custody
and Jurisdiction Act (UCCJA) and
4:15 p.m.: Worcester Street, child custody
issue reported at the police station.
And 67% did not realise such couples do in fact have the same legal rights in child custody
As a result, many parents experience challenging issues related to child custody
In sum, in light of these significant findings from extensive psychological research, any child custody
rule which emphasizes objectivity and relies on quantitative measures is too narrow.
Mnookin's Child Custody
Adjudication: Judicial Functions in the Face of Indeterminacy, published in Law and Contemporary Problems in 1975.
On Monday, 3-member bench of SC headed by Chief Justice of Pakistan Iftikhar Mohammad Chaudhry took the plea of Canadian child custody
case, where father of the child argued that he fully respects the court and his child is in Canada thus cannot be presented before the court.
The treaty - the 1980 Hague Convention - sets out procedures to deal with cross-border child custody
(5) Problems may occur if the MHP discloses private information without consent, refuses to disclose information when it is required, or obtains consent from the wrong "patient." It is common practice for child custody
evaluators to automatically request therapy records, but all involved may not fully understand the potentially negative consequences of records release.
The Uniform Child Custody
Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act (UCCJEA)--adopted by the Vermont legislature--regulates how states collaboratively assert jurisdiction over custody cases involving diverse parties.