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Using Forensics and Court-Ordered Investigations in Custody and Visitation Proceedings                 

Recorded on: Apr. 16, 2018
Running Time: 01:18:48

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Taken from the Web Program Hot Topics in Child Custody, Visitation & Guardianship for New York Practitioners 2018 Recorded April 2018 in New York

Using Forensics and Court-Ordered Investigations in Custody and Visitation Proceedings [01:18:48]

  • What is a COI?
  • What is a forensic report?
  • What is a mental health evaluation?
  • When does the Court order a COI?
  • When does the Court order Forensics?
  • When does the Court order a Mental Health Evaluation?
  • How to introduce COIs and Forensics Evaluation at trial

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  • Types of Custody (Substantive Outline) (February 2018)
    Monica Eskin
  • Custody Disputes Between Parents and Non-Parents; Extraordinary Circumstances (Substantive Outline) (February 2018)
    Deborah Gould
  • Grandparent Visitation (Substantive Outline) (February 2018)
    Deborah Gould
  • Custody and Visitation: Change in Circumstances—Selected Cases
    Karen M.C. Cortes
  • Petitions for Modification—Selected Statutes and Cases
    Karen M.C. Cortes
  • Using Forensics, Court-Ordered Investigations and Mental Health Evaluations in Custody and Visitation Proceedings (Substantive Outline) (February 2018)
    Hal Silverman, Dean T. Kusakabe, Marcia Werchol
  • In re White v. White, 700 N.Y.S.2d 537 (N.Y. App. Div. 1999)
  • In re Krieger v. Krieger, 886 N.Y.S.2d 463 (N.Y. App. Div. 2009)
  • Garmhausen v. Corridan, 2014 WL 2862618 (E.D.N.Y. June 23, 2014)
Presentation Material
  • Farnham v. Farnham (Handout)
  • Forensic Evaluation Order (Handout)
  • James Joseph M. v. Rosana R. (Handout)
  • Kesseler v. Kesseler (Handout)
  • Matter of Michael B. (Lillian B.) (Handout)
  • Matter of Rueckert v Reilly (Handout)
  • Matter of Sassower-Berlin v Berlin (Handout)
  • Matter of Volpe v Volpe (Handout)
  • Nikolic v. Ingrassia (Handout)
  • Ochs v Ochs (Handout)
  • Smith v. Kalman (Handout)
  • Susan A. v. Ibrahim A. (Handout)
  • Using Forensics and Court-Ordered Investigations in Custody and Visitation Proceedings
    Philip Katz
Philip Katz ~ Fink & Katz, PLLC
Hon. Dean Kusakabe ~ Kings County Family Court
Hon. Adam Silvera ~ New York County Supreme Court, Civil Branch
Hal Silverman ~ Director of Litigation, Lawyers for Children, Inc.
Marcia Werchol ~ Assistant Vice President, Family Court Mental Health Services, New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation
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