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Timothy M. Tippins Timothy M. Tippins

The Association of Family and Conciliation Courts (AFCC) has undertaken an initiative to focus the attention of custody evaluators, family law attorneys, and in this writer’s view most importantly, the courts, on the importance of using social science research in family law matters. In 2018, this interdisciplinary organization made up of lawyers, judges, and mental health professionals, promulgated Guidelines for the Use of Social Science Research in Family Law. In October of this year, it will conduct a three-day conference in Pittsburgh largely devoted to this critically important topic.

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