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"The days of turning parents against each other to get little Billy are over."
And it's about time. We all know a parent who is getting -- or getting over -- a divorce. Maybe it's a client. Perhaps it's even you. No matter which category you and/or your client fits into, I recommend you read and pass along today's excellent story by Tresa Baldas in The National Law Journal. In "Taking Combat out of Custody: As custody battles intensify, lawyers take on new roles," Baldas helps spread the word about a new approach to divorce that helps parents focus on what's best for the loneliest and most helpless parties to each divorce: their children.
Posted by Laurel Newby on November 30, 2005 at 01:37 PM | Permalink
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