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'I'm right.' 'No, I'm right.' New techniques for medicating high-conflict disputes
Bill Eddy and his co-author, Michael Lomax, in their new book, "Mediating High Conflict Disputes," remind us that a mediator must be willing to cut off reflections about who pushed whom first, and instead, focus on how to ...
Exactly when does attorney-client privilege attach?
When and how does the attorney-client privilege attach? Whether you find yourself engaged in conversation in the air, on the web or in person: Caveat Jurista!
How to Serve Process in a Guardianship Proceeding
Let’s say your father is increasingly forgetful. He had a number of car accidents over the last year. He’s on a number of prescription medications, but when asked if he took his medicine, and the dosage, he cannot recite ...
Parentification, infantilization, and adultification: How might they impact a family law case?
Children may be the recipients of a quiet tsunami of well-intended, but nonetheless inappropriate expectations cast upon them. The parent who uses a child as a shield is manifesting high levels of dependency and emotional ...