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Narcissism or not narcissism? That is the legal question
(American Bar Association, Section of Litigation, 2023-05-09)
Narcissists do not just feel overly confident they will win in a custody hearing; they feel entitled to win. To counter a narcissist's divorce strategy, it is imperative to have a clear picture of who the narcissist is and ...
Best practices: New Texas law mandates audiovisual recordings of child custody interviews
Lawyers who handle cases involving custody disputes should be aware of a new law that impacts how child custody evaluations are to be conducted. Currently, Texas Family Code Section 107 establishes certain criteria in order ...
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 ...
Pros and cons: The role of consultants in child custody battles
Self-regulation of emotions does not always come with maturity. Consultants can help educate. They can help litigants learn to better adapt, to communicate politely and succinctly, and to help give children stable homes ...