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Child Custody in Canada!
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Mothers Going to Custody Court in Canada
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THIS PUBLICATION IS DIVIDED INTO
1. What You Need To Know About Child Custody|
and Child Support In Canada
2. Specific Help For WOMEN Involved in a Child
3. Custody Cases and Legal Summaries In Canada
SECTION 1: Canadian Child Custody:
Custody Definitions and Q & A
1. What are the basics of child custody?
SECTION 2: Child Custody Arrangements:
Characteristics and Outcomes
1. What are the factors which affect child custody arrangements?
SECTION 3: Child Support in Canada
1. What are Canadian child support guidelines?
SECTION 4: Provincial and Territorial
Child Support Contact Information
1. Provincial and territorial child support contact information listed by region
SECTION 5: Canadian Legal Aid and Low Cost
Legal Help Contact Information
1. Canadian legal aid and low cost legal help offices listed by region
SECTION 6: Frequently Asked Legal Questions
1. What is custody?
Specific Help for WOMEN Involved in a Child Custody Case
How to Find the Right Attorney To Handle Your Case
The most important "piece of the puzzle" in winning your custody case is selecting the RIGHT lawyer! Dr. Barry Bricklin and Dr. Gail Elliot, nationally-known child custody experts, have used their 40 years of custody experience to help you select the attorney who will do the best job for YOU! (BIOGRAPHIES of Dr. Bricklin and Dr. Elliot)
25 Key Strategies to Help You Achieve A Successful
Conclusion To Your Court Case
"FROM DR. BRICKLIN AND DR. ELLIOT"
FOURTEEN KEY STRATEGIES FOR YOU TO USE
"We have carefully tracked all of the factors that seem to hold true with people who do well in custody disputes. That is, we compared the strategies used by people who do well in such disputes with those who do not do well, and have identified fourteen key items that we think are of particular importance."
STRATEGIES THAT MAY BE USED AGAINST YOU
FOUR STRATEGIES THAT CAN BE EFFECTIVE WHEN A CHILD HAS BEEN BRIBED OR
Things for Women to be Aware of When in Custody Court
WOMEN AND MEN ARE TREATED DIFFERENTLY DURING CHILD CUSTODY COURT CASES AND IT IS EXTREMELY IMPORTANT TO BE IN A POSITION TO COUNTERACT THESE JUDICIAL BIASES
From Dr. Bricklin and Dr. Elliot:
"One of the things we want to cover is what is called in the scientific community the role of "bias." Biases are behaviors (here, we speak of those we observed in the psycholegal world) that can work against you, even though the so-called negative item does not really predict bad or poor parenting skills. A bias is much like a prejudice. We call a criticism "prejudiced" if we feel that a person is being faulted for something that does not really point to any true negative. We have observed the prejudices covered here among judges who are otherwise fairly intelligent and well meaning. It is of upmost importance to understand these biases (or prejudices) so you can counteract their effect on your custody case. Example: If you knew that female judges were prejudiced against women who wear short skirts because they believed that they were flaunting their sexuality YOU WOULDN'T WEAR A SHORT SKIRT TO COURT."
It is of upmost importance to understand these biases (or prejudices) so you can counteract their effect on your custody case. Example: If you knew that female judges were prejudiced against women who wear short skirts because they believed that they were flaunting their sexuality YOU WOULDN'T WEAR A SHORT SKIRT TO COURT."
A Checklist to Make Certain That You Are Fully Prepared For Your Custody or Visitation Court Case
There are many items to think about and consider as you prepare to get involved, or re-involved, in any custody dispute. This list will help you better organize these items. It has been prepared using all of the training and experience of our 35 years in the field as Custody Evaluators, Expert Witnesses, Authors, and Consultants in Custody Cases all over the United States. If you energetically follow the Checklist , dig out all of the necessary answers and write them down, and communicate that information to your lawyer, witnesses, etc., you will significantly help your case!
Custody Cases and Legal Summaries In Canada
|A variety of precedent setting cases are presented that will show you what is involved in the legal process, how judges "think", and what you must be able to prove in court.
NOTE: Many of purchasers of this publication have copied specific cases for their attorneys.
Mothers Going to Custody Court
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