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Patton William Wesley. Legal Ethics in Child Custody and Dependency Proceedings: A Guide for Judges and Lawers - Cambridge University Press
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This book provides the first fully annotated discussion of the ethical universe surrounding state-mandated and private legal disputes involving the custody and best interest of children. It surveys thousands of court cases, statutes, state bar ethics codes, attorney general opinions, and model codes regarding ethical constraints in family and dependency proceedings. The book is unique in several ways
Додав: egege | Контактна особа: адвокат | Теги: Legal Ethics, Role of Courts, Law, American Bar Association, Conflicts of Interest, Cambridge University
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Contents
Foreword, byMartinGuggenheim page ix Acknowledgments xi
Introduction .....................................1
1Conflicts of Interest ..............................7
I. Children’s Attorneys: Potential Divided Loyalties 7
II. Conflicts of Interest Involving Parents’ Attorneys 13
III. The Department’s Attorney: Who Is the Client? 16
IV. Judges: Limits and Responsibilities of the Neutral and Detached Magistrate 23
2 Competent and Zealous Representation .................27
I. Children’s Attorneys: Zealous Advocates or Best Interest Storytellers? 28 A. Children’s Competence as a Key in Deciding the Model of Advocacy 30 B. The Lawyer’s Role as the Child’s Guardian Ad Litem 33 C. Hybrid Models of Child Representation 35
II. Parents’ Attorneys 35 A. Failure to Complete Lawyering Responsibilities 35 B. Competence and Zealousness 37
III. The Department’s Attorney: Furthering Justice or Zealous Advocate? 44
IV. Judges: Neutral Magistrates or Children’s Defenders? 52
V. Emerging Issues Regarding Substitution of Counsel and Self-Representation 61 A. The Right to Substitute Counsel 61 B. The Right to Self-Representation 65
3Confidentiality ................................68 I. Children’s Attorneys: Safety Versus Secrecy 69 II. Parents’ Attorneys: Duty to Disclose Child Abuse? 74 III. TheDepartment’sAttorney:DisclosureandTrialTactics 79 IV. Judges: Parties’ Privacy Versus Public Overseer 82
4 The Ethics of Alternative Dispute Resolution in Child Custody and Dependency Proceedings .......................88 Introduction 88
I. Alternative Dispute Resolution Versus Litigation in Custody Cases 92 II. Advantages and Disadvantages of Alternative Dispute Resolution in Child Custody and Dependency Proceedings 95 III. Coming Full Circle: The Evolution of Child Custody Mediation 100 IV. The Legitimacy of Informal Settlements and the Limits of Mediators’ and Arbitrators’ Jurisdiction in Child Custody and Dependency Proceedings 101 A. Finality and Scope of Arbitrated and Mediated Custody and Dependency Settlement Agreements 102 B. The Duty of Candor: Good Faith, Puffing, and Lies 107 V. The Scope of Alternative Dispute Resolution Confidentiality 111 VI. The Role of the Mediator 117
5Ethical Considerations and Constraints in Child Custody and Dependency Appeals .........................120 I. The History of the Right to Appointed Appellate Counsel in Child Custody and Dependency Proceedings 121 II. Standing to Appeal 123 III. The Duty of Competence in Custody and Dependency Appeals 124 IV. The Duty and Scope of Zealous Appellate Representation 127 V. The Duty of Candorand Loyalty on Appeal 134
VI. The Procedural and Substantive Scope of Appeals 141
6 The Constitutionality of Legislative and Executive Regulation of the Practice of Law and Defining the Attorney-Client Relationship .................................145
I. A Short History of the Role of Courts, Legislatures, and the Executive in the Regulation of Attorneys 148
A. Wisconsin: Separation of Powers in Regulating AttorneysinChild Custody and Dependency Proceedings 151 B. California: Comity over Independence? 156 II. Conclusion 163
Appendix A. National Association of Counsel for Children Standards .....................................165
Appendix B. American Bar Association Standards of Practice for Lawyers Who Represent Children in Abuse and Neglect Cases .....185
Appendix C. InreCar Simulation and Analysis ..............223
Other Authorities 239 Cases and Ethics Opinions

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