Many judges, attorneys, and child custody evaluators consider relocation cases to be troublesome, largely because the choices are limited and difficult for children. This webinar will focus on the relevant legal and psychological literature to help you guide your work, focusing on critical and relevant facts, risk and protective factors, and provide constructive arguments or well-constructed recommendations to the court in these difficult and challenging cases.
Member Registration: $15, Certificate of Attendance: $15
Non-Member Registration: $50, Certificate of Attendance: $20
Phillip M. Stahl, ABPP, PhD is a forensic psychologist in private practice, living in AZ, who provides consultation and expert witness testimony in child custody litigation throughout the US. His primary area of specialty is relocation, including complex international relocations. Dr. Stahl conducts trainings throughout the US and internationally for attorneys, child custody evaluators, and others working with high-conflict families of divorce. Along with his teaching, Dr. Stahl has written extensively on high-conflict divorce and custody evaluations. He is the author of Conducting Child Custody Evaluations: From Basic to Advanced Issues, and is co-author, with Dr. Robert Simon, of Forensic Psychology Consultation in Child Custody Litigation: A Handbook for Work Product Review, Case Preparation, and Expert Testimony, which has a chapter on the impact of Cognitive Biases in child custody work. His newest book, Representing Children in Dependency and Family Court: Beyond the Law is co-written with his daughter Rebecca Stahl.