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CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION   CHAPTER 2 CASE HISTORY   CHAPTER 3 10 THINGS TO START DOING   CHAPTER 4 STOP A DEFAULT IF YOU ARE SERVED. CHAPTER 5 YOUR ATTORNEY Issues you may have with an attorney Supply your attorney with more than money Share everything with your attorney How to save money with an attorney CHAPTER 6 DON'T TURN YOUR BACK CHAPTER 7 DOCUMENT EVERYTHING General Is it admissible What to record Handle the downside Compare environments Be prepared to do a lot of homework   CHAPTER 8 CAN YOU - SHOULD YOU? CHAPTER 9 BE MOTIVATED & DEDICATED The effects The hardest things to deal with CHAPTER 10 DEVELOP AN ASSESSMENT Interaction of parents & child For younger children Details to provide your attorney at first Financial Inventory & possessions Liabilities of both parties Expense inventory Division of property Issues that can alter child support Issues to promote your case Factors, child’s relationship If sexual conduct is at issue Preference of the child Potential witnesses Factors determining the primary parent Basic you should know Things that will hurt & help your case Fault used effectively against her How to challenge an evaluator Handling unethical aggressive attorney Getting others to see you points Appeals CHAPTER 11 IN GENERAL Valuable information Your behavior Keeping a level head Having the right judge Mediation vs Court advantages CHAPTER 12 KNOW YOUR CHILD INSIDE AND OUT Be the involved parent Being actively involved in child’s education CHAPTER 13 WHO'S ON WHOSE SIDE CHAPTER 14 THE RULES Examples of what constitutes ammunition (approximately 60) CHAPTER 15 WARFARE Be the favored one Appearance are everything Don’t tip you hand Get her acts recorded Surveillance Record what child reveals Talking to mother’s neighbors CHAPTER 16 WHAT YOU SHOULD DO Get your life together Finances Emotions and mentality Promote yourself Spirituality and church Family and friends Elevate your status Your money CHAPTER 17 EVALUATION IS THE KEY Background Be prepared Go first Your attitude Who the child looks to Discipline What you say is not confidential Be open and conciliatory Unwitting Ally Active Interaction Strategies for the evaluation So what’s the message CHAPTER 18 WHAT TO EXPECT IN EVALUATION The evaluation process Starting the evaluation If you receive the parenting history survey Handling the interviews Common sense do’s and don’ts The MMPI test Parent / child play session Witnesses Follow-up interviews After the evaluation Tips for home visitations CHAPTER 19 EVALUATE THE EVALUATOR CHAPTER 20 IF YOU LOSE THE EVALUATION My case Look for flaws in the evaluation Ideas to use Test interpretation Observing the interactions Also during to parent-child interaction Another point to look into Attorney’s CHAPTER 21 WHAT IS MEDIATION Court rule mediation Arbitration / binding mediation Why mediation over actual court CHAPTER 22 THE HEARING - WHAT TO EXPECT Prior to attending the hearing Your demeanor on the witness stand Dealing with opposing counsel CHAPTER 23 CONCLUSION   CHAPTER 24 140 EXAMPLES TO LOOK FOR & USE CHAPTER 25 CRITERIA FOR CUSTODY BY STATE top image