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SUMMER/FALL 2019 • Vol. 51, No. 1

President’s Message.............................................................................................................4
By Hank Greenberg


A Justifiable Double Standard: The Dangers of Access to Forensic Custody Reports
by the Self-Represented.
...........................................................................................................5
By Lee Rosenberg, Editor-in-Chief


The Hague Convention on International Child Abduction: A Primer (Part 2)........................9
By Robert D. Arenstein


Understanding Psychological Dynamics of Children Involved in Separation and
Divorce Cases: Guidelines for Court Appointed Attorneys for Children
 ............................20
By Roger Pierangelo and George Giuliani


Support and Claim for “Necessaries”.....................................................................................27
By Donald M. Sukloff

Recent Decisions and Trends in Matrimonial Law...............................................................29
by Wendy B. Samuelson

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The Family Law Review features peer-written substantive articles relating to the practice of family law on various topics including divorce, equitable distribution, prenuptial agreements, child custody and adoption. Also featured are Selected Cases and Recent Legislation, Decisions, and Trends. Edited by Lee Rosenberg, Esq., the Family Law Review is published by the Family Law Section and distributed to Section Members free of charge.

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