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Battered Mothers and Child Support

Published: September, 2016| Michelle Behl, Krista DelGallo

In this webinar presenters outline both potential risks and benefits for survivors posed by the IV-D Child Support system from thier vantage point in Texas. They also offer examples of policy and… View this resource

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Advocacy for Protective Parents Facing Challenging Custody Litigation

Published: September, 2016| Lundy Bancroft

In this webinar, noted author and activist Lundy Bancroft (Why Does He Do That, The Batterer As Parent) discusses the challenges of sharing custody with an abusive partner post-separation. He also… View this resource

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Making the Case for Coercive Control

Published: June, 2016| Loretta Frederick , Nancy Ver Steegh

Family court professionals generally agree that domestic violence comes in many different shapes and sizes and impacts families in many and varied ways. The challenge comes in helping family court… View this resource

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A Domestic Violence-Informed Approach to Child Custody Decision-Making

Published: June, 2016| Loretta Frederick, Nancy Ver Steegh

Notwithstanding an abundance of social science literature and persistent efforts to raise awareness about the adverse affects of domestic violence on children and parenting, family court systems… View this resource

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Calculating Safety: Domestic Violence and Child Support Parenting Time Initiatives

Published: October, 2015| Nancy Ver Steegh, Gabrielle Davis

Policy makers and stakeholders have been engaged in a national discussion about establishing parenting time for never-married noncustodial parents when initial child support orders are entered.… View this resource

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Rural Domestic Violence: Custody and Beyond

Published: July, 2015| Dr. Melanie Shepard, Melissa Scaia, MPA

Dr. Shepard presents findings from two studies: a study exploring the perceptions of rural women on custody and visitation arrangements with abusive ex-partners and an examination of the successes and… View this resource

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What Can We Learn From Turned-Around Cases

Published: April, 2014| Joyanna Silberg, Ph.D., Stephanie Dallam

In this presentation, new information is presented about the results of a case analysis of 27 custody cases involving the abuse of children. In these cases, a judge initially ordered the children into… View this resource

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The Child Custody/Child Protective Service “Sandwich”

Published: February, 2014| Joyce Yedlosky

Battered women and their children are often “sandwiched” between child custody proceedings and the Child Protection System (CPS). This webinar focuses on the systemic structures, assumptions and… View this resource

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Custody - Challenges for Battered Women: Research & Practice

Published: August, 2013| Lenore Walker, Ed.D., Becki Truscott Kondkar, J.D.

Dr. Walker and Professor Kondkar discuss the challenges confronted by battered women as they consider whether to seek a custody/parenting time order from a court. In making decisions about mediation… View this resource

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Islamic Marriage Contracts & Divorces: Implications for Legal Advocacy

Published: June, 2013| Abed Awad, J.D., Chic Dabby

Advocates and attorneys working with Muslim battered women are often faced with complicated legal issues surrounding civil and religious marriages and civil and religious divorces. Because abusers… View this resource

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