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Dealing with Difficult Parents: A View from Therapists, Lawyers, and Judges

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Date Published

May 11, 2021


Bucks County Bar Association


Family Law


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An overview and discussion on the issues presented when dealing with difficult parents in custody cases, and family law in general, from the perspective of therapists, lawyers and judges.

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Hon. James M. McMaster

Hon. Charisa J. Liller

Hon. Denise M. Bowman

Hon. Jordan B. Yeager

Robert T. Repko, Esq.

Susan Levy Eisenberg, Esq.

Dr. Daniel Leichtner

Dr. Romy Toto

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