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forensic psychology

In Rare Decision Judge Allows Access To Raw Data Behind Forensic Report In Custody Case

By | child custody, forensic psychology, Insights & News

It is no secret that the Courts are overburdened with litigation.  With matrimonial trials sometimes lasting weeks, courtroom time is at a premium.   Wishing to reduce both the congestion and the cost of litigation, judges will commonly appoint “neutral” experts, instead of each party hiring his/her own partisan expert.  By…

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Mcdonalds Dad The Role Of Forensic Psychology In New York Custody Litigation

By | child custody, divorce, forensic psychology, Insights & News

The thousands of comments to the recent report of attorney David Schorr’s defamation suit filed against court psychologist Marilyn Schiller are mostly incredulous, along the lines of how can a father be penalized for what most agreed is good parenting.  Schiller had recommended that Schorr’s visitation be curtailed when he refused to…

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