ADR; access to justice
This Article discusses access to justice in the implementation of orders in family cases. Parenting, financial, and other types of family court orders may last up to eighteen or twenty-one years in the case of minor children or longer in the case of protected adults. In the case of financial obligations, these orders set forth ongoing requirements to make monthly payments (such as child support, alimony, and medical expense reimbursements) and to maintain other financial obligations (such as maintaining health insurance, daycare expenses, and payment of costs for extracurricular activities). Most importantly, these court orders allocate parenting time, which may also be called child access or visitation, depending on the jurisdiction.
Kristen M. Blankley,
Online Resources and Family Cases: Access to Justice in Implementation of a Plan,
88 Fordham L. Rev. 2121
Available at: https://ir.lawnet.fordham.edu/flr/vol88/iss6/2