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Technology impacts people’s most personal relationships. This section highlights some areas family law attorneys for low-income families are likely to encounter in their practices, including predictive analytics in child welfare, technologically-enabled abuses within intimate partner relationships, and the risk of data scraping of family court records, especially given that low-income families are more likely than wealthier ones to engage with court systems to resolve family disputes.

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🏷️ Child Welfare

🏷️ Domestic Violence

🏷️ Court Records Confidentiality

🏷️ Family Law Resources

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