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A Guide To The Parenting Evaluation Process

A Parenting Evaluation (PE), also called a Custody Evaluation, is a formal investigation that attempts to assess the level of each parent's respective parenting skills, and to determine which parent may be best suited to care for a child or children.


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A Guide To The Parenting Evaluation Process

Personality Characteristics Of Falsely Accusing Parents In Custody Disputes

Files from contested divorce and custody cases where there were false allegations of sexual abuse were reviewed. Compared to custody-only, falsely accusing parents were much more likely to have a personality disorder.

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False Allegations Of Abuse In Divorce

There has been a dramatic increase in the number of divorces over the last thirty years. Experts estimate that at least half of all marriages will end in divorce. Divorce has an effect on everyone involved, especially children if there are children in the relationship.

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Boys More Affected By Divorce Than Girls

What follows are some excerpts from The Custody Evaluation Handbook by Barry Bricklin, Ph.D. In the Handbook, Dr. Bricklin makes some interesting observations of various custody and family-interaction studies that have been done.

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