As court-ordered child custody evaluations have become common, attorneys are increasingly retaining forensic psychologists to critique child custody reports to determine if there is a basis to challenge the conclusions or recommendations. While it is permissible for forensic psychologists to assist attorneys to prepare for litigation by helping them understand the technical aspects of a […]
Author Archive | Daniel H. Swerdlow-Freed, Ph.D.
We know that children adjust best following divorce when parents resolve their conflicts and are able to work together in the best interests of the children. Parental interests often conflict, however, when a custodial parent seeks to move and attempts to take the child with him/her. When a move occurs, it is bound to affect […]