• Alan Jacobs

AAML Child Centered Residential Guidelines


The American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers has developed Child Centered Residential Guidelines which seek to fill the void recognized by the current research regarding developmentally and psychologically appropriate parenting plans for children whose parents do not live together, contradicting the generally accepted traditional alternating weekend visitation guideline followed by many courts throughout the country. The online version of the guidelines can be found here.

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