Monday, March 30, 2015

May 6: Seattle - Pros and Cons of Shared Parenting: Current Research and Implications for Practice

Increasingly, legal and mental health professionals are considering parents’ requests for equal or near equal parenting time. Shared parenting is a controversial topic in family law, with strongly held and divergent opinions. This CLE will provide an overview of issues involved in determinations of shared parenting. The first part will address current research related to living arrangements after divorce, fathers’ involvement, and their associations with child psychosocial adjustment. Typical shared parenting arrangements will also be discussed. The second part will address issues related to infants and overnights, adolescents, and high conflict families.
Title:
Pros and Cons of Shared Parenting: Current Research and Implications for Practice
When/Where:
May 6, 2015
12:00pm - 1:00pm
3rd floor Alki Conference Room
1501 Fourth Avenue
Seattle WA
Speaker:
Presented by parenting evaluator and University of Washington professor Lynn Fainsilber Katz, Ph.D.
By:
McKinley Irvin
Credit:
1 credit
Cost:
Free
Preregistration:
Please RSVP to this event by sending your name and bar number to cle@mckinleyirvin.com.