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- to encourage and support a high level of professional and ethical commitment and expertise among those who practice family law in all its substantive branches;
- to remain sensitive to the changing needs and mores of families and individual family members in our society; and
- to respond, through reasoned efforts directed toward the appropriate branch of government, and bar and/or the public;
- to accomplish understanding of the law as it exists and is applied, or change of that law, where it is needed.
- Chair’s Column
- COVID-19 Shutdowns Cause ‘Horrifying Surge’ in Domestic Violence, According to the United Nations
- Serving the Best Interests of a Child With Significant Developmental Delays
- SCOTUS Provides Guidance for Determining a Child’s ‘Habitual Residence’ Under the Hague Convention
Recent Related Cases
Tools and Resources
- Family Law discussion group is available to section members via the Family Law community in ISBA Central
- The Family Law Section directory is available to all ISBA members
- Child Support Interest Calculator
- Useful links