Thursday, September 20, 2012

Family Law Film

Chaptered for classroom use, Talk to Strangers and its companion guide offer students perspectives on custody and access cases that until now have been available only to those who litigate them.  ALAN DERSHOWITZ calls Talk to Strangers a "wonderful film" that will provide insight to the counsel of divorcing parents.  ARTHUR BALBIRER, a past president of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, declares the film a "must-see" for attorneys litigating custody.  THE LIBRARY JOURNAL hails its portrayal of the "bewildering and destructive" child custody process. Visit www.childcustodyfilm.com to preview the film and see for yourself.
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Watched the preview. This is a tremendous waste of resources on the part of the Connecticut Bar Assoc. Next time send a check to any one of the struggling court systems including ours here in California.

Why actors and not a real documentary? Why portray custody litigation in such a negative light? What about the children who aren't traumatized by the process? I love that lawyers made this video and the "parents" say the lawyers were all polite, but then the mediator is seen berating the children with questions. No bias here, move along.

Posted by: Cameron Norris | Sep 21, 2012 2:20:48 PM

Chaptered for classroom use, Talk to Strangers and its companion guide offer students perspectives on custody and access cases that until now have been available only to those who litigate them. ALAN DERSHOWITZ calls Talk to Strangers a "wonderful film" that will provide insight to the counsel of divorcing parents.

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A distinction must be made between forms of divorce that are based in a court system administered under a system of law, and divorces that take place in quasi- or extrajudicial setting, i.e. without any formal supervision from the local court system. In both cases, once jurisdiction has been established, the lex fori will be applied to determine whether the local ground(s) of divorce have been satisfied and, if so, the marriage will be terminated with or without ancillary orders being made.

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Posted by: Cleve Sparks | Feb 17, 2013 12:12:01 AM

I have been talking about this subject a lot lately with my mother so hopefully this will get him to see my point of view.


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