Founded in 2010, Soberlink supports accountability for sobriety through a comprehensive alcohol monitoring system. Combining a professional-grade breathalyzer with wireless connectivity, the portable design and state-of-the-art technology includes facial recognition, tamper detection, real-time results, and detailed reports. Soberlink documents sobriety with the highest level of reliability and accuracy to foster trust and peace of mind.
Resources from SOBERLINK
Wednesday, January 18, 2023 SOBERLINK
Sample Court Order: Custody Cases with Alcohol Monitoring
Sample, fillable court orders help ensure the language is in line for smooth implementation. When seeking a successful co-parenting plan, use these two complimentary sample orders to keep ever-changing parental schedules on track.
Wednesday, April 13, 2022 SOBERLINK
#1 Judge’s Bench Card on Alcohol Use Disorder
For custody cases that involve alcohol misuse, download this bench card to understand how alcohol monitoring plays a crucial role in helping to achieve the goal of an optimal parenting plan.
Monday, April 11, 2022 SOBERLINK
How to Navigate Hearsay in Family Law Cases Involving Alcohol Abuse
Situations in which one client's word is placed against another can quickly turn into hearsay allegations. Download this white paper to learn how to handle allegations of alcohol misuse in custody cases.
Monday, February 15, 2021 SOBERLINK
Factors Considered by Judges When Considering Custody Arrangements
In this free report, Judge Angie Arkin provides insights on what factors a judges typically considers when deciding custody arrangements.
Monday, September 14, 2020 SOBERLINK
How Parenting Plans are Being Modified During Covid
Download this free report for information every family lawyer should know.
Monday, June 29, 2020 SOBERLINK
What Does “Best Interests of the Child” Standard Mean and How to Uphold It
In most family law custody cases, the phrase “best interests of the child” comes up again and again. Navigating the bests interests of the child is a critical factor in supporting the entire family and preventing any harm from coming to the child. Download this report to continue reading.