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forensic psychology

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

By | all, child custody, forensic psychology

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 | all, child custody, divorce, forensic psychology

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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