Mar 24th 2023
8 Programs - 11 MCLE hours - You must watch all 8 videos to get the full 11 MCLE hours
Diving Into the Details: Challenging and Defending Premarital and Interspousal AgreementsAdvocacy Aspects - 1Difficult Custoday Issues In High Conflict Cases: A Practical Approach for Judges and PractitionersAttributes of the Difficult to Litigate Bu
Oct 2nd 2021
There has been much discussion requesting ACFLS broaden its education base, and provide education to encourage and support attorneys entering the area of family law. We have heard your requests. This six hour presentation will review a family law case from intake through judgment. The focus of this program will be
Jun 16th 2021
This presentation will provide information on some of the causes of this dynamic. We will also discuss steps that parents and their counsel can take in catching this early, as well as suggested options to mitigate escalation of the problem.
Apr 12th 2021
Discussing detailed approaches to cross-examination on issues found in custody hearings and how to approach the case with and without an expert. This seminar will touch on the type of custody assessments, i.e. Emergency Investigations, Child Custody Investigations, or private Child Custody Evaluations and focus on how to cross-exam when there are i
Mar 29th 2021
This seminar will be a one-hour presentation covering a behind-the-scenes look at preparation for cross-examination (what really goes into preparing for cross examination of an expert) and specific steps and recommendations on how to make your case, identify weaknesses and prepare cross-examination to ensure the best results at trial.
Dec 3rd 2019
Dr. Margaret Lee discusses using a mental health expert to assist at various stages of a case involving custody and visitation, proposes various roles that can help achieve good outcomes for the minor children, and discusses some helpful approaches to dealing with that expert at trial.
Sep 16th 2019
Nov 6th 2019
This presentation addresses specific issues and approaches for the use of a Parenting Plan Coordinator (PPC) in cases of high conflict custody and parenting. The use and concept for a Parenting Coordinator or a Special Master varies county by county throughout the State. This presentation addresses the application of a "referee" to cases with a sin
Aug 4th 2019
Orange County 2019 Speakers Series " "Learn from the Masters: Custody & Support Litigation."
Sep 27th 2019
Trauma Informed Child Custody Practice: Part 1 - 8 - "Taking Childhood Trauma Out of Divorce"
Feb 28th 2017
It is not unusual following a divorce for one parent to end contact with the children and/or for the other parent to create a new family through remarriage. Through the step-parent adoption process, the new family will want to legally establish new bonds between the children and the new spouse and remove or limit the potential influence of the abse
Mar 21st 2015
Mar 24th 2019
Mar 4th 2018
Does Your custody Evaluator Know the Truth? Hon Gale Hickman and Marc Tovstein To Depose or Not to Depose: That is the question - The Ins and Outs of Depositions Re Complex Custody Issues - Larry Ginsberg and Raquel Sefton Sanchez Substance Abuse and the Family Code 3044 Presumption: Get Thee Back to the Fundamentals of Lawyering - Hon. Mark Juhas
Mar 27th 2018
Robert A. Simon,Ph.D. is an expert witness, child custody evaluator, child custody consultant, and custody mediator with over 30 years of experience in custody forensic psychology. This presentation is provides the attorney with an understanding of the role of "attachment" in the custody decision. Dr. Simon addresses the weight of attachment at the
Jun 15th 2006
Dispelling Common Myths and Misconceptions About the UCCJEA