Articles From Grace G. Dickler

The Need to Embrace and Catch Up With Technology By Grace G. Dickler & Isabela Moreira Family Law, September 2019 While keeping up with the many updates and advances in technology can certainly be an intimidating task, embracing technology can provide many benefits to the practice of family law.
New programs in Cook County’s Domestic Relations Division By Grace G. Dickler Family Law, November 2018 In light of recent changes in family law in Illinois and an uptick in the number of litigants navigating cases without assistance of an attorney, multiple committees have been assembled to ensure that Cook County's Domestic Relations Division offers programs and policies appropriate to meet the changing needs of families.
Domestic Relations Division consolidation By Hon. Grace G. Dickler & Catherine Ryan Family Law, March 2017 The merger of the Dissolution and Parentage Court is arguably the most substantial procedural change to take place in the history of the Domestic Relations Division at the Daley Center.
Child custody evaluators By Grace G. Dickler & Michael Levy Family Law, September 2014 A look at three standards that have been implemented around the country as an attempt to homogenize custody evaluations and to increase their accuracy and utility.
Availability of experts in custody disputes By Grace G. Dickler Family Law, March 2000 This writing will address the existing statutory scheme, case law, and proposed changes relative to the use of experts in custody and visitation cases.

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