This website gives professionals the opportunity to quickly assess their family law systems. The assessment is based on 25 measures that jurisdictions can use to better (1) ensure safety, (2) reduce conflict, (3) build cooperation, and (4) protect children and healthy family relationships.
No claim is made that any particular measures will ever be the final word in what a good family law system should include. However, these measures have received broad review, and we think they are a worthy standard for all jurisdictions to consider.
More information is available on A Brief Introduction to a Cooperative System of Family Law and its Expression in AssessFamilyLaw.org, including its link to a 30-minute explanatory videostream.
Upon completing this assessment online, professionals will receive a report on their family law systems as well as valuable comparative information on other jurisdictions’ systems. These online assessments will also contribute to the databank about family law systems in thousands of counties.
A hard copy of the assessment is available HERE.