Family Law Quarterly Vol. 46, No. 1: Spring 2012

    Family Law Quarterly Vol. 46, No. 1: Spring 2012

    Family Law Quarterly Vol. 46, No. 1: Spring 2012

    This issue of Family Law Quarterly is an eclectic assortment of informative and timely articles on current issues: Attachment in Child Custody: An Additive Factor, Not a Determinative One -- Pamela S. Ludolph & Milfred D. Dale Global Trends in the Operation of the 1980 Hague Abduction Convention -- Nigel V. Lowe & Victoria Stephens ...
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    This issue of Family Law Quarterly is an eclectic assortment of informative and timely articles on current issues:
    • Attachment in Child Custody: An Additive Factor, Not a Determinative One -- Pamela S. Ludolph & Milfred D. Dale

    • Global Trends in the Operation of the 1980 Hague Abduction Convention -- Nigel V. Lowe & Victoria Stephens

    • Child Representation in America: Progress Report from the National Quality Improvement Center -- Donald N. Duquette with Julian Darwall

    • High-Quality Legal Representation for Parents in Child Welfare Cases Results in Improved Outcomes for Families and Potential Cost Savings -- Elizabeth Thornton & Betsy Gwin

    • Made in the U.S.A.--Representing U.K. Parents Conceiving Through Surrogacy and ART in the United States -- Natalie Gamble

    • Protection for Abused Seniors: Cause or Afterthought? -- David R. Spiegel

    Product Details

    ISBN

    0014-729x

    Product Code

    51301004601PDF

    Publication Date

    7/1/2012 12:00:00 AM

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