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       Dane County Family Court Counseling Service (Dane County, Wisconsin)
    "Provides Dane County residents with mediation and evaluation services to assist in resolving custody and physical placements disputes in both divorce and paternity cases."

    Rm. 108 City-County Bldg., 210 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Madison WI 53703. Tel: 608-266-4607.

       Dane County Family Court Resource Booklet (Dane County, Wisconsin)
    Covers divorce procedures, legal issues in divorce actions, paternity procedures, court orders, termination of parental rights, the departments involved in Family Court actions, and various appendices.

    "A collaborative project of the Family Court Counseling Service, Dane County Legal Resource Center, Family Court Commissioner's Office, and the Child Support Agency." 60 pages.

       Waukesha County Family Court Self Help Information (Waukesha County, Wisconsin Family Court)
    Award-winning site. Visit it and you'll see why.
       Troxel v. Granville: Not the End of Grandparent Visitation (American Bar Association Senior Lawyers Division)
    "The U.S. Supreme Court's ... decision in Troxel v. Granville raises questions about whether third-party visitation statutes unconstitutionally intrude on parental authority. ... [A] majority of the Court would probably hold that many forms of third-party visitation statutes are constitutional. Statutes that impose limits on who may seek visitation orders and those that create some sort of presumption in favor of parental authority are likely to survive constitutional challenge."

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  • Child and Juvenile Law
  • Disability Law
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