• Features

    Social Media: Questions of Admissibility and Ethics

    Khizar A. Sheikh, Lynne Strober and Jennifer Presti

    Part One of a Two-Part Article

    This two-part article is divided into three sections: 1) Social media, defined; 2) Examples of how social media has been used in family law cases; and 3) Ethical considerations for attorneys who gather social media evidence.

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    Autism in Family Courts

    Kelly C. Wall and Karen Markle

    The latest concern in family courts is a result of the sharp increase in the number of children who are diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), which has revealed that our courts are not prepared to handle cases with ASD individuals and families.

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    New York State's Attorney for the Child System

    Yonatan Levoritz

    Part Two of a Two-Part Article

    As discussed in Part One last month, an AFC advocates for the child client in much the same way that any other attorney advocates for an adult client. This author is not a fan. He concludes his discussion of the drawbacks of New York's AFC system herein.

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    Tri-Parenting

    Bari Weinberger

    Part Two of a Two-Part Article

    Last month, the author asked what matrimonial and family law attorneys can do to help their clients with tri-parenting concerns. The discussion concludes herein.

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