Communication and Partnership with the Courts: the Benefits are Endless!

Date: October 22, 2014

Location:
United States

Contact:
Hannah Andrews
HannahAndrews@ncsea.org
(703) 506-2880

CLE Eligible

Communication is key to any productive partnership. Child Support Program professionals work with experts in many fields. Finding solutions to help families be successful is a critical component of the child support process. One of the most challenging and rewarding aspects of developing a positive and sustainable partnership is communication.

How can a Family Law Facilitator help in your quest to provide exceptional services solutions for the families you serve?  Do you want to learn ideas for successful communication with the courts? How do you bring the court and the program together? What are the benefits?

In this Web-talk you’ll hear from panel experts who will address the rewards and specific challenges in working with the court to establish and enforce child support orders. From communication challenges, funding, and logistics – you’ll learn about what has worked, what hasn’t worked and how to address the roadblocks you may face.

Please join us for an exciting discussion on how to be successful in developing sustainable partnerships with the Court.

Speakers:

Gypsy Bailey, General Counsel/Director of Courts, Leon County Clerk of the Circuit Court & Comptroller’s Office
Irene Curran, Chief Deputy Director, Lake County Child Support Service
Jason Groce, Family Law Facilitator, Contra Costa County Superior Court
Ron Hoffman, Supervisor of Civil & Criminal Administration, Leon County Clerk of the Circuit Court & Comptroller’s Office

Target Audience:  Legal Staff, Social Worker or Staff that deal with parenting time-custody and parenting issues, inter/intra agency, advisors, experienced staff, seasoned staff

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This Web-Talk is CLE eligible for Live programs ONLY. If someone at your site plans to apply for CLE credits for this Web-Talk, please email HannahAndrews@ncsea.org, immediately, naming the state(s) in which you plan to apply for CLE credit. Most states require applications be received at least 30 days in advance of the programs; without notification of attorneys’ intentions, NCSEA cannot guarantee states’ timely approval of the Web-Talk. Send an email to HannahAndrews@ncsea.org with any questions regarding CLE credit.

Please note that to obtain CLE credits, the cost per attorney is $75.