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We offer nearly a dozen Family Law titles, distinguished by reliable, authoritative content, clear and thoughtful organization, and renowned authors. Notable titles include Practice Under the Family Code, California Marital Settlement and other Family Law Agreements, California Child Custody Litigation and Practice, and Dividing Pensions and Other Employee Benefits in California Divorces. Full of commentary, practice advice, and sample documents, the OnLAW Family Law Library can help you get started with drafting a marital settlement agreement, navigating the intricacies of the California Family Code, and much more. Family Law developments and topics are covered in our CLE webinars and On Demand programs.

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2017 Top 20: Family Law

Commissioner Gale Hickman (Ret.) and CFLS Marc Tovstein provide a focused analysis of the cases and legislative changes that will have the biggest impact on your practice.

 

1.5 Hours MCLE Credit

Specialization: Family Law

 

7th Annual Cultural Competency in Family Law Practice: Co-existence of Tradition & Modernity: The Native American's Experience

The concept of marriage and the ceremony for Native Americans can vary based on particular tribal beliefs and practices. There also may be different requirements when filing divorce in tribal court, which would vary from tribe to tribe, yet there are no specific pleading or discovery rules regarding Native American spouses in state family law cases.

 

1.25 Hours MCLE Credit, including Family Law Specialization and Elimination of Bias

7th Annual Cultural Competency in Family Law Practice: Lunch With Your Family Law Judge

From physical appearance, to choice of words, tonality and manner of addressing others (the Court, the Judicial Assistants, the opposing counsel, and the witnesses) a litigant, knowingly or unknowingly, is controlled and guided by the culture of her/his immediate families, extended relatives, friends, classmates, teachers, spouses, co-workers, religious, and political beliefs. And under the adversarial nature and environment of the legal proceedings any unfamiliar cultural behavior may be interpreted as disrespect and prejudice toward others.

 

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

7th Annual Cultural Competency in Family Law Practice: Multiple Parenting: Families With More Than Two Legal Parents To a Child

The traditional concept of Parenthood has been completely changed. Today’s children have either no Father or more than 2 Fathers. The idea of a “nuclear family” has been gone with the “Baby Boomers”. The custodial rights of Co-parents and half-siblings are recognized in Family Code and now it is “in” to have children of “pink families”.

 

1.25 Hours MCLE Credit, including Family Law Specialization and Elimination of Bias

7th Annual Cultural Competency in Family Law Practice: The Millennial Family: Moving Toward a Marriage-less Society

In a world of swipes and likes, “human connections” has taken on a new meaning. Now with marked global decreases in marriages, especially among the millennial generation, the future of marriage and divorce is looking very different.

 

1.25 Hours MCLE Credit, including Family Law Specialization and Elimination of Bias

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

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