Supervised Visitation

  • Oehme, K., O'Rourke, K., & Bradley, L. (2020). Online virtual supervised visitation during COVID-19 pandemic: One state's experience. Family Court Review, 59, 131-143. Retrieved from
  • Oehme, K. L., & Stern, M. J. (2014). Supervised visitation and family financial well-being: Broadening access to community services for low-income parents in the court system. Family Court Review, 52(2), 282-297. doi:10.1111/fcre.12091
  • Oehme, K. L., & O'Rourke, K. (2012). Protecting victims and their children through supervised visitation: A study of domestic violence injunctions. Faulkner Law Review, 3(2), 261-272. Retrieved from
  • Stern, N., & Oehme, K. L. (2010). A comprehensive blueprint for a crucial service: Florida's new supervised visitation strategy. Journal of Law and Family Studies, 12, 199-223. Retrieved from
  • Crook, W., & Oehme, K. L. (2007). Characteristics of supervised visitation programs serving child maltreatment cases. Brief Treatment and Crisis Intervention, 7(4), 291-304. doi:doi:10.1093/brief-treatment/mhm014
  • Stern, N., & Oehme, K. (2006). Increasing safety for battered women and their children: Creating a privilege for supervised visitation intake records. University of Richmond Law Review, 41, 499-534. Retrieved from
  • Stern, N., & Oehme, K. L. (2005). Defending neutrality in supervised visitation to preserve a crucial family court service. Southwestern University Law Review, 35(1), 37-60.
  • Oehme, K. L., & Maxwell, S. (2004). Supervised visitation in Florida, the next phase. Florida Bar Journal, 72(1), 44-49.
  • Stern, N., & Oehme, K. L. (2003). Toward a coherent approach to tort immunity judicially mandated in family court services. Kentucky Law Journal, 92(2), 373-438. Retrieved from
  • Oehme, K. L., & Stern, N. (2002). The troubling admission of supervised visitation records in custody proceedings. Temple University Law Review, 75(2), 271-311. Retrieved from
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