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Upcoming webinar: Friend or foe in your custody battle? Understanding court-appointed professionals

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Friend or foe in your custody battle? Understanding best interest attorneys, custody evaluators and parenting coordinators
Presented by Susan Shofer, the Divorce Consultant
Wed., Sept. 5, 8-9 pm ET • $25

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If you’re divorcing a sociopath, and you have children with this person, the chances are good that you’ll end up in a custody battle.

It’s not that your soon-to-be-ex really cares about the children and wants to be in their lives. In reality, the sociopath wants to punish you, and the most painful way to do that is through the children.

So he or she won’t cooperate, won’t pay the children’s expenses as ordered and won’t pick up or drop off the kids as agreed. You keep ending up in court. The judge wants the conflict settled. So the court appoints professionals to get involved: Best interest attorneys (also called guardians ad litem, or GALs), custody evaluators and parenting coordinators.

Is this good for you? Or bad for you?

In this webinar, Susan Shofer, the Divorce Consultant, explains what you need to know about these court-appointed professionals. She’ll tell you the advantages and disadvantages of each one, and how you should deal with them if they become involved in your case. If you are involved in a custody battle, you need this information. Sign up today!

Friend or foe in your custody battle? Understanding best interest attorneys, custody evaluators and parenting coordinators

 


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