When parents cannot agree on the best interests of their children, their recourse is to litigate the matter. Like all processes for the resolution of disputes, litigation has pluses and minuses. The benefits and risks of litigation rest, in substantial measure, on how the litigation is handled and how the case narratives are developed. This webinar will look at the unintended negative consequences of litigation and how these unintended consequences can be anticipated, mitigated and, perhaps, avoided. The presenter, Robert A. Simon, Ph.D., is an internationally acclaimed forensic psychologist whose nearly 40 year body of professional work focuses exclusively on issues of parenting, child custody and dispute management/resolution in family courts.