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The Components of the Evaluator's Recommendations
The components of the evaluator's recommendations

After collecting the data, the most difficult task may be organizing it to address the key concerns and make appropriate recommendations. It is critical for evaluators to focus on all of the major concerns raised by each parent, especially when there are allegations of issues such as domestic violence, parental alienation, or sexual abuse. The evaluator will include all the relevant data in the report and then integrate that data in such a way that the recommendations make sense and are relevant to the legal issues in the case.

A particular frustration for judges and attorneys is when an evaluation report reads as discrete pieces of data that lack synthesis or when the data do ...

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