Family Law Quarterly Vol. 46, No. 2: Summer 2012

    Family Law Quarterly Vol. 46, No. 2: Summer 2012

    Family Law Quarterly Vol. 46, No. 2: Summer 2012

    Family lawyers are increasingly encountering custody disputes involving individuals with special needs. While any custody dispute can be difficult, those involving a special-needs child or parent are particularly complext. Articles in this issue provide insights and valuable information for lawyers handling these cases. Contents ...
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    Family lawyers are increasingly encountering custody disputes involving individuals with special needs. While any custody dispute can be difficult, those involving a special-needs child or parent are particularly complext. Articles in this issue provide insights and valuable information for lawyers handling these cases.

    Contents include:

    • Special Needs and Disability in Custody Cases: The Perfect Storm -- Margaret "Pegi" Price
    • Structuring a Divorce When a Spouse or Child Is Disabled -- Micah H. Huff & Martha C. Brown
    • Representing Clients with Mental Disabilities in Custody Hearings: Using the ADA to Help in a Best-Interests-of-the-Child Determination -- Kathryn A. LaFortune & Wendy Dunne DiChristina
    • Special Needs Trusts -- Ruthann P. Lacey & Heather D. Nadler
    • Explaining Abuse of the Disabled Child -- Margaret F. Brinig
    • Uniform Adult Guardianship and Protective Proceedings Jurisdiction Act

    Product Details

    ISBN

    0014-729x

    Product Code

    51301004602PDF

    Publication Date

    10/1/2012 12:00:00 AM

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