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Child Custody and Parental Alienation 


Adopting Law Guardian Standards

Arbitration of Custody and Visitation Disputes

Cases Admitting Parental Alienation Syndrome Testimony

Child Custody Evaluations

Court Appointed Experts

"Child Custody: History, Definitions, New York Law", November 28, 2000

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Custody Jurisdiction Under the UCCJA and PKPA

Custody Jurisdiction Under the UCCJEA

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Judging the Best Interests of the Child

Parental Alienation, March 26, 2000 

Parental Alienation Syndrome vs. Parental Alienation: Which Diagnosis Should Evaluators Use in Child-Custody Disputes?  By Richard A. Gardner, M.D.

Re-examining the Role of the Law Guardian

Relocation Resolved

Relocation Revisited

Richard Gardner's Comment on Carol Bruch's Article 

The Empowerment of Children in the Development of Parental Alienation Syndrome by Richard A. Gardner, M.D.

The Judiciary’s Role in the Etiology, Symptom Development, and Treatment of the Parental Alienation Syndrome (PAS) By Richard A. Gardner, MD  

When the Custodial Parent Relocates

November 2010, Custody Awards and Zones of Decision-Making By Bari Brandes Corbin and Evan B. Brandes, Part One of a Two-Part Article

December 2010, Custody Awards and Zones of Decision-Making By Bari Brandes Corbin and Evan B. Brandes, Part Two of a Two-Part Article