Family Law Attorneys and Parenting Evaluators: Improving Professional Collaboration
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The purpose of Part I is to provide some definition and clarification about the roles of mental health professionals in family law settings and to identify how those roles are used by attorneys in litigating their cases.
The purpose of Part II is to offer some insight and understanding about the underlying "rules" for conducting a parenting evaluation.
The purpose of Part III is to help family law attorneys better understand the goals of the PE at each step of the process.
In Part IV, we explore some of the "consulting" roles that a mental health professional might perform to assist family law attorneys.
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