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7th Annual Cultural Competency in Family Law Practice: War and Marriage: Impact of War on the Military’s Families

From PTSD, to mental illness, to sexual trauma, to substance abuse, to suicidal thought a Service Person carries specific characteristics unlike his/her civilian counterparts. A “Military Litigant” has procedural limitation and protections unparalleled with civilians. The “Military Family” has unique substantive issues of property, child and spousal support affected by both Federal and State laws.

 

1 Hour MCLE Credit, including Family Law Specialization and Elimination of Bias

California is home to nearly 185,000 active Service Men and Women (2017) and 1.8 million Veterans (2016). With a family of 5, nearly 10 million or 25% of 40 million Californians (1 out of 4) are facing medical, psychological, social, financial, and mental consequences of war for the generations to come. There are more than death, loss of body parts, fear, nightmares and frustration of war affecting a Service Person. From PTSD, to mental illness, to sexual trauma, to substance abuse, to suicidal thought a Service Person carries specific characteristics unlike his/her civilian counterparts. A “Military Litigant” has procedural limitation and protections unparalleled with civilians. The “Military Family” has unique substantive issues of property, child and spousal support affected by both Federal and State laws.

On Demand 190724-191

Recorded July 27, 2019.

California is home to nearly 185,000 active Service Men and Women (2017) and 1.8 million Veterans (2016). With a family of 5, nearly 10 million or 25% of 40 million Californians (1 out of 4) are facing medical, psychological, social, financial, and mental consequences of war for the generations to come. There are more than death, loss of body parts, fear, nightmares and frustration of war affecting a Service Person. From PTSD, to mental illness, to sexual trauma, to substance abuse, to suicidal thought a Service Person carries specific characteristics unlike his/her civilian counterparts. A “Military Litigant” has procedural limitation and protections unparalleled with civilians. The “Military Family” has unique substantive issues of property, child and spousal support affected by both Federal and State laws.

Hon. Christine Byrd, Judge, LASC

Matthew C. Dolan, Esq.

Dr. Kimberly Finney, Psy. D., ABPP, ABMP, Clinical Associate Professor (USC)

Hon. Roy Paul, Judge Ret.

S. Roger Rombro, Esq., CFLS, Rombro and Manley, LLP

William Spiller, Jr., Esq.

Kathleen West, MPH, Dr PH, Senior Program Manager at Advocates for Human Potential, Inc.

Products specifications
PRODUCT GROUP CLE
PRODUCT GROUP Digital
MCLE HOUR 0.5 - 2
By Year 2019
PRACTICE AREA Family Law
By Month July
Products specifications
PRODUCT GROUP CLE
PRODUCT GROUP Digital
MCLE HOUR 0.5 - 2
By Year 2019
PRACTICE AREA Family Law
By Month July