Before the Best Interests of the Child

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Joseph Goldstein, Anna Freund, Albert J. Solnit
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9,40 MB
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Before the Best Interests of the Child.pdf
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6170345204705

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The second volume in a classic trilogy of reference works often cited in child custody cases, which introduced the concept of the “least detrimental alternative” when addressing a child’s welfare.The second volume in a classic trilogy of works by Joseph Goldstein, former Sterling Professor Emeritus of Law at Yale Law School; Albert J. Solnit, the former director of the Yale Child Study Center, and Anna Freud, daughter of Sigmund Freud. These texts (Beyond the Best Interests of the Child was the first in the series, and In the Best Interests of the Child was the third) are classic references often cited in child custody cases; Before the Best Interests of the Child specifically addresses when the state should intervene. Rather than the familiar legal "best interests of the child" doctrine, the authors’s work is based on the more realistic standard of finding the "least detrimental alternative." This is indispensable reading for social workers, family court judges, lawyers, psychologists, and parents.

The formula for assessing child support was based upon recommendations of a Consultative Group chaired by Justice John Fogarty of the ... The resolutions of these cases, though justified in some instances by the particular statutes or procedural issues before the court, are in fundamental conflict on when the courts should consider the best interests of the child and how to do so. The conflict is not at heart a legal one but an ethical one.

They must be able to make an informed decision and understand the situation.) 5.7 This requires that in adoption decisions, the best interests of the child take precedence over all other interests, including those of birth parents, adoptive parents and political, state security or economic interests. 5 It calls for the child and his or her needs to be at the centre of any decisions about adoption. Although current legal policy and practice emphasize the primacy of the "best interest of the child" as a criterion in child custody determination, within an adversarial rights-based system,... The scope of the best interests principle 16.11 The Family Law Act specifically requires the court to regard the best interests of the child as the paramount consideration when making parenting orders and some other orders.

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