An Analysis of the Inclusion of Children in Divorce Mediation and The Use of Quality Assessment Methods to Make Benefits Outweigh Risks. Is the juice worth the squeeze?

An ADR Section White Paper on including children in mediation by Abby Kostecka, J.D. Candidate 2014, Gonzaga University School of Law:

An Analysis of the Inclusion of Children in Divorce Mediation and T...

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