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Ivan A. Sarkissian returns as a panel moderator at MC Consultants’
Annual West Region Construction Litigation & Insurance Coverage
Conference Seminar held September 17-19, 2014, in San Diego, California.
The Rocky Mountain Panel will discuss coverage and current trends in
the industry. To join Ivan Sarkissian at this event, CLICK HERE TO REGISTER.
There are numerous reasons as to why a psychological and custody evaluation may be appropriate in a child custody case and a court may order an evaluation as part of the case. For example, one parent may allege that the other is alienating the children from him/her based on the children not wanting to visit... To continue reading, visit the Family Law Blog at www.hatcherlawgroup.com.