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Articles

The Superiority of Mediation in Divorce Disputes

Don't Fall for Politcal Propaganda

The Importance of Empathy in the Legal Profession - Part III of a series

The Importance of Empathy in the Legal Profession - Part II of a series

Why It's Unwise to Define Frozen Embryos as Human Life

The Importance of Empathy in the Legal Profession - Part I of a series

Parents Should Think Twice Before Engaging in a Custody Battle Over Their Children

Everyone Should Be Required to See "Inside Out"

Empathy Is Incompatible with Shame and Judgment

Empathy as Emotional Intelligence

Do Some Psychology Schools of Thought Really Believe That Words Don't Have Meaning?

Beware of the Fact that Family Law Can Be Handled Like A Game

Lessons I Learned from My Parents - Part 4 of a Series

Lessons I Learned from My Parents - Part 3 of a Series

Lessons I Learned from My Parents: Part 2 of a Series

Lessons I Learned from My Parents:Part I of a Series

Psychology and Family Law: Marriage Dissolution--Coercion or Compromise?

Psychology and Family Law: A Comparison Between Actual War and Family Law

Psychology and Family Law: On Judging a Book by Its Cover

How to Help Insure the Best Outcome in Your Family Court Case

The Timely Abolishment of Gay Reparative Therapy

Judicial Bias in Family Court

Domestic Violence as a Tragic Toll of Divorce

Selecting a Positive Solution-Oriented Attorney

Why Today's Lawyers Are Better At War Than Peace

The Misconception That Collaborative Attorneys Fail to Protect Their Clients

Philosophy and the Law

Why Lawyers Now Avoid Assisting with Pre & Post-Nuptial Agreements

The Real Problem with the Department of Children and Family Services

The Historical Shift in the Role of Attorneys

Processes of Divorce - A Comparison

"Pit Bull" Attorneys and Family Law

Mediation Process Based on Mediation Style

The Use of Mediation in Family Law Matters

Mediation Selection Process and Cost

Quality of Judges

Marital Russian Roulette

Psychology and Family Law as Symbiotic Partners

The Importance of Constructive Communication in Family Law

The Importance of Trust in the Attorney/Client Relationship

Interviewing an Attorney

Is There a Penalty for Perjury?

An Uncivilized, Unenlightened and Barbaric System: The U.S. Family Law Court

Psychology and Family Law With Gratitude to SGVPA

Fighting More Than "Fairness"