custody, visitation, children, secondhand smoke, environmental tobacco smoke
This publication is designed to assist courts, practitioners and lay people who are faced with a custody or visitation proceeding in which a child's exposure to secondhand smoke has been or may be raised.
Family Law | Juvenile Law
Digital Commons Citation
Kathleen Dachille and Kristine Callahan. Secondhand Smoke and the Family Courts: The Role of Smoke Exposure in Custody and Visitation Decisions. Tobacco Control Legal Consortium, 2005.