This page contains a list of links to other websites that contain information useful to professionals working with families involved in divorce and child custody conflict situations. A brief description follws each link. NJ-AFCC members can contribute additional links for this page by sending an e-mail to Lisa Tomasini, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Links to information about NJ-AFCC on this website are located on the Navigation bar on the left side of this page.
NJ Institute for Continuing Legal Education - This site provides information about the Family Law Center, and the programs available.
New Jersey Superior Court - Family Division - Information on the Family Court System in New Jersey.
Association of Family and Conciliation Courts - This is the parent organization of NJ-AFCC.
The ABA Center on Children and the Law - A resource tool for lawyers, judges, and other child advocates.
The ABA Family Law Section - Family law page of the American Bar Association website.
The ABA Juvenile Justice Center - The Juvenile Justice Center is dedicated to working in partnership with other ABA entities, bar associations, and local and state advocacy groups to monitor and influence juvenile justice policy and practice.
The ABA Unified Family Court Page
- A unified family court combines all the essential elements of traditional family and juvenile courts into one entity and contains other resources, such as social services, critical to the resolution of a family's problems. It is a comprehensive court with jurisdiction over all family-related legal matters.
The Coalition for Marriage, Family and Couples Education
- The only membership requirement is an interest in increasing the availability of skill-based education for marriages, couples and families.
American Psychological Association - The homepage for APA, it contains links to information on various psychological topics.
New Jersey Psychological Association - The NJ State affiliate of APA, and the primary voice of psychology for New Jersey.
Psychology Information Online - One of the largest psychology information sites on the Internet, and the largest website for psychology based in New Jersey.
Association for Conflict Resolution - A professional organization
dedicated to enhancing the practice and public understanding of conflict
resolution. ACR represents and serves a diverse national and international
audience that includes more than 6,000 mediators, arbitrators, facilitators,
educators, and others involved in the field of conflict resolution and