Family mediation : theory and practice / Jane C. Murphy, Laurence M. Katz Professor of Law, University of Baltimore School of Law; Robert Rubinson, Professor of Law, Director of Clinical Education, University of Baltimore School of Law.

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Main Authors: Murphy, Jane C. (Author), Rubinson, Robert (Author)
Format: Book
Published: New Providence, New Jersey : LexisNexis, [2015]
Edition:Second Edition.
Table of Contents:
  • An overview of family mediation
  • Models of family mediation
  • An overview of the family mediation process
  • Child access mediation
  • Child welfare mediation : when the state is a party to the conflict
  • Mediating financial issues
  • Legal regulation of family mediation
  • Mediating other family conflicts
  • Power differentials and family mediation
  • Family violence and mediation
  • Unrepresented parties and family mediation
  • Ethical issues in family mediation
  • Representing clients in family mediation
  • Beyond mediation : collaborative practice and other forms of ADR in family law
  • Comparative, cross cultural, and international perspectives in family mediation
  • Appendix A. Mediation statutes
  • Appendix B. Sample parenting plans
  • Appendix C. Model standards of practice for family and divorce mediation.