Family Law

Family Law News Issue 2, 2020, Volume 42, No. 2

Message from the Editor

Nathan W. Gabbard, CFLS

One of the simplest concepts to put into words is also simultaneously one of the most uncomfortable to accept: There are things that are out of our control. However, those things that are out of our control do not define who we are; how we react to them does.

In a time when staying – or at least feeling – connected has become an almost daily struggle, we are bringing you reliably relatable content from authors across the state. To access content from the Family Law News from anywhere with an internet connection, visit Articles from past and present issues are available there and can be accessed by members of the Family Law section. Log on to stay connected!

This issue, once again, brings thoughtful and meaningful discussions. In late March 2020, during the COVID-19 pandemic, alcohol sales in the United States increased by 55%, as Shannon Wolfrum explains. Substance abuse impacts people of all genders, ages, ethnic backgrounds, levels of education, socio-economic situation and in all geographic locations. Ms. Wolfrum gives an overview of how to compassionately and realistically work with clients and the court in relation to substance abuse and child custody.

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