Dr. Malin Bergstrom

What Can We Say Regarding Shared Parenting Arrangements... Download
Fifty moves a year: is there an association between joint physical custody and psychosomatic... Download
Why should they live more with one of us when they are children to us both? Download

Dr. Richard Warshak

Night Shifts: Revisiting Blanket Restrictions on Children’s Overnights... Download
Stemming the Tide of Misinformation: International Consensus on Shared Parenting... Download

Sara McLanahan, Laura Tach, Daniel Schneider

The Causal Effects of Father Absence Download

Dr. Linda Nielsen

Joint Versus Sole Physical Custody: Children’s Outcomes... Download
Shared Physical Custody: Recent Research, Advances... Download
Joint versus sole physical custody: Outcomes for children... Download
Shared Residential Custody: Review of the Research (Part I of II) Download
Shared Residential Custody: Review of the Research (Part II of II) Download
Parenting Time & Shared Residential Custody: Ten Common Myths Download
Shared Physical Custody: Myths and Misconceptions Download
Divorced Fathers and Their Daughters: A Review of Recent Research Download
Shared Physical Custody: Summary of 40 Studies on Outcomes for Children Download
Re-examining the Research on Parental Conflict, Coparenting, and Custody Arrangements Download

Dr. Edward Kruk

Arguments for an Equal Parental Responsibility Presumption in Contested Child Custody Download

Dr. William Fabricius

Young Adults’ Perspective on Divorce Living Arrangements Download
Lay Judgments About Child Custody After Divorce Download

Dr. Robert Bauserman

Child Adjustment in Joint-Custody Versus Sole-Custody Arrangements: A Meta-Analytic Review Download

Dr. Richard Warshak

Experts Agree that Infants and Toddlers Need Overnight Care from Both Parents After their Separation Download
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Dr. Róisín O’Shea

Judicial Separation and Divorce in the Circuit Court Download

Dr. Jane Venohr

Child Support Guidelines and Guidelines Reviews: State Differences and Common Issues Download
"Since 1989, federal regulations require each state to provide presumptive guidelines (formulas) for determining the amount of child support awards and to review their guidelines at least once every four years.1 Most states developed and adopted their initial guidelines in the late 1980s. States developed their guidelines based on similar premises and guidelines models and relied on a limited number of available economic studies on the cost of child-rearing. "

Maaike Jappens

Children’s Relationships With Grandparents... Download

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