- About the Editors
- 1 Scientific and Professional Knowledge for Family Court
- 2 Parents’ Insightfulness
- 3 How Do Parenting Time and Interparental Conflict Affect the Relations of Quality of Parenting and Child Well-Being Following Divorce?
- 4 Father–Child Relationships
- 5 Supporting Father Involvement in the Context of Separation and Divorce
- 6 Shared-Time Parenting
- 7 Critical Analysis of Research on Parenting Plans and Children’s Well-Being
- 8 Children With Neurodevelopmental Disorders in Parental Separation and Divorce
- 9 Co-parenting Children With Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder and Disruptive Behavior Disorders
- 10 Allegations of Child Sexual Abuse in Parenting Plan Evaluations
- 11 Gatekeeping After Separation and Divorce
- 12 Intimate Partner Violence and Child Custody
- 13 Empirical Studies of Alienation
- 14 Relocation, Research, and Child Custody Disputes
- 15 Cultural Dynamics of Divorce and Parenting
- 16 Never-Married Parents in Family Court
- 17 Gay and Lesbian Parents and Their Children
- 18 Considerations for Step-Up Planning
- 19 Putting It All Together
- Forms and Worksheets
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