4 edition of How to Examine Psychological Experts in Divorce and Other Civil Actions, 1992 found in the catalog.
How to Examine Psychological Experts in Divorce and Other Civil Actions, 1992
Marc J. Ackerman
by Wiley Law Pubns
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||272|
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While the psychopath has an extremely limited emotional range, he is an expert at causing emotional and financial destruction. Once you can wrap your mind around the concept that the psychopath has no true emotional investment in the process (other than to win), you can start to carefully play him at his own game. This comprehensive book provides a balanced overview of the current research on divorce. The authors examine the scientific evidence to uncover what can be said with certainty about divorce and what remains to be learned about this socially and politically charged issue. Accessible to parents and teachers as well as clinicians and researchers, the volume examines the impact of marital 5/5(2).
Divorce changes the economic, social, physical and psychological aspects of the individual’s life (Krumrei, et al ). Adjusting to the divorce can lead to severe physical, psychological and economical problems (Krumrei, et al ). Even when the divorce is eagerly sought and welcomed, the individual still has many adjustments to face. The study of marital separation and divorce provides an ideal vantage point for understanding the association between psychological stress and health. 1 First, divorce is a major interpersonal stressor that has the potential to increase risk for a range of negative health outcomes, including increased risk for early death (Amato, ; Sbarra, Law, & Portley, ).
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How to examine psychological experts in divorce and other civil actions. Eau Claire, WI: PESI Legal Pub., © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Marc J Ackerman; Andrew W Kane.
Psychological Experts in Divorce Actions, Seventh Edition is the definitive guide to understanding the role of psychological evaluations in divorce and custody d on providing the best approach to protecting your client’s interests, this work explains all the leading testing instruments, what conclusions may be drawn and how to challenge or support those conclusions.
Keeping up with the data had been a challenge, but one integrated resource has made it simple. Aspen Publishers’ Psychological Experts in Divorce Actions pulls all the research together into the definitive guide to understanding the role of psychological evaluations in divorce and custody actions.
In addition, he has co-authored Psychological Experts in Personal Injury Actions, 3rd Edition (Wolters Kluwer, ), and is an associate editor of the Journal of Child Custody. He has written for more than 50 publications and has presented more than seminars and workshops throughout the world.
Guttmann has provided a superb reference book for students, clinicians, and family theorists. His writing is scholarly yet jargon free, suitable for all disciplines interested in the phenomenon of divorce.
Divorce in Psychosocial Perspective: Theory and Research is certain to be a major text in family studies." —Constance R. Ahrons. Psychological Tests in Divorce Cases. Psychological testing plays a role in many divorce cases, even when mental illness isn’t a glaring concern for either parent.
The court needs to accurately assess the parenting capability of each parent and determine whether a parent’s mental state poses a risk to the children’s safety.
This article addresses one specific battle in a war that will never end: the privacy of the individual versus the needs of society. Specifically, this article addresses whether a party in a child custody matter may discover the other partys psychological and psychiatric records.
At first glance, it would seem that the best interests of the child require a court to obtain as much relevant. "Written by a divorce coach and therapist, this book changed my perspective on my experience so that I could focus on where to go from here. After being in a marriage where I was always trying to change to accommodate my partner's wishes, divorce was a wake-up call to reconnect with the woman I was before marriage.
In conclusion, the affects of divorce on children vary depending on the psychological theory applied as well as the age of the child during the divorce. Most theories would suggest that a divorce causes negative effects in children and can bring about externalizing characteristics.
psychological stress is a general cause of divorce or that dissolution resulted in more or less permanent elevation of psychological stress. Findings support the hypothesis that predivdrce resources and outlooks influence the amount of stress experienced in the two years immediately following divorce.
Below median family. In Manubens v. Manubens, 41 FLW Da (Fla.5th DCA in case no. 5D in an opinion filed on Augcert review requested to review order for Wife to undergo psychiological evaluation, finding the trial court’s order amounted to a departure from the essential requirements of the law, resulting in a miscarriage of justice, the order was quashed finding the trial court’s order.
The legal process is important but the psychological process and how it is played out by the couple largely determines the tone and the nature of the divorce.
If the divorce begins badly it will. Camille Clarke is a divorce attorney in Texas with more than 10 years to experience. Within these years she has helped many couples. She deals with the issues related to divorce and other marriages related issues.
Writing and researching related to marriage and divorce effects is her passion. Print book: English. Sixth edition: New York: Wolters Kluwer 3. Psychological experts in divorce actions: 3. Psychological experts in divorce actions: [ supplement] 5. Psychological experts in divorce actions: [ supplement] by Marc J Ackerman; Andrew Kane; Print book: English.
Testimony on PAS by the defense psychological expert provided the judge and jury with some alternative explanations as to the reasons the children accused their stepfather of abuse.
B was court-martialed after being accused, in the context of divorce, of molesting his wife's and year-old daughters from another marriage. Mrs. Jason Crowley is a divorce financial strategist, personal finance expert, and entrepreneur. Jason is the managing partner of Divorce Capital Planning, co-founder of Divorce Mortgage Advisors, and founder of Survive Divorce.
A leading authority in divorce finance, Jason has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Forbes, and other media outlets. Can a court order be put into place to have a psychological exam done on my wife. And if she was found to be mentally unfit, how could that change the outcome of the custody battle.
Answer: A family court may order a child custody evaluation, which looks into one or both parents’ mental health and parenting practices. An evaluation is usually. Real Estate and Valuation Experts – Areas Ripe for Examination.
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Attorneys for both sides should be experts in the collaborative divorce process. Other professionals, such as financial planners and therapists, also work with you.
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