Communicating with Children in Custody Disputes (Family Advocate, Vol. 33, No. 2)
Lissa R. Speaker & Jodi M. Latuszek
44 FAMILY ADVOCATE BY L I I SA R. S P EAKER & JODI M. LATUS Z EK Many family law attorneys have heard a client complain about such a scenario. Notably absent is what exactly, if anything, was discussed with the child. The only parties to that communicaatio are the child, the opposing party, and the opposing party’s attorney. Even if the content of the discussion was appropriate, it certainly leaves your client and maybe even you, the trial or appellate attorney...