Making Police Obey the Rules That Bear Her Name; A Profile Of Barbara Handschu

Barbara Handschu, the first woman President of the AAML, is highlighted in a nice article in the New York Times regional section today. We were blessed by her participation at several Louisville AAML seminars. In family law we know her as a tireless advocate for children. You may be quite interested in her fascinating life before entering family law. Check out the article. If you have met her, read Stepping Back From Anger or the AAML Model Parenting Plan, or appreciated the video, Voices of Children of Divorce, please send a get well wish. Her office address is 155 Summer St. Buffalo, NY 14222

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