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Happy Holidays From Your Co-parent in Litigation

Today’s blog from Forbes Contributor and Founding Attorney Patricia Fersch discusses the many co-parenting challenges that arise during the holiday season: https://www.forbes.com/sites/patriciafersch/2020/11/17/happy-holidays-from-your-co-parent-in-litigation/?sh=1d71e17373e3

How Should Young Law Graduates or Lawyers Dress?

Founding Attorney and Forbes Contributor Patricia Fersch explores the topic of image and dress in the world of law. Read it here: https://www.forbes.com/sites/patriciafersch/2020/10/28/how-should-young-law-graduates-or-lawyers-dress/#54509edd68b1

Alcohol Abuse During COVID 19 and its Impact on Child Custody

Today’s article from Forbes Contributor, Founding Attorney, Patricia Fersch, is available by clicking on the below link: https://www.forbes.com/sites/patriciafersch/2020/10/08/kids-are-home-im-home-i-need-a-drink—alcohol-abuse-during-covid-19-and-its-impact-on-child-custody/#75c549765bf0

Mothers: Family Court Deny You Custody of Your Child? Travel to Costa Rica.

Founding attorney Patricia Fersch has contributed another article to Forbes. Read it here: https://www.forbes.com/sites/patriciafersch/2020/08/26/mothers-family-court-deny-you-custody-of-your-child-travel-to-costa-rica/

Are Women More Likely to Lose Custody if They Claim Their Child has Been Sexually Abused by the Father?

Patricia Fersch’s latest Forbes article may be found by clicking on this link: https://www.forbes.com/sites/patriciafersch/2020/08/21/are-women-more-likely-to-lose-custody-if-they-claim-their-child-has-been-sexually-abused-by-the-father/#7f14c1055601    

Finding the Right Mentor Benefits the Mentee and the Mentor

Read the latest Forbes article by contributor Patricia Fersch by clicking on the following link: https://www.forbes.com/sites/patriciafersch/2020/08/06/finding-the-right-mentor-benefits-the-mentee-and-the-mentor/#12426ae36432    

How I Found My Female Legal Mentors on TV.

Two Dads; One Mom: What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

COVID Contracts: Control Over the Other Parent or Best Interests?

Is Failure to Provide Financial Support Voluntary ‘Financial Abuse?’