Modern Families: New Definitions for Today’s Families

Date: December 03, 2014

Location:
United States

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

CLE Eligible

New legislation and court decisions are changing the definition and make-up of today’s families. This workshop explores new and pending legislation and cases related to topics such as paternity and same-sex marriage.  Discover legal changes that are occurring around the country and how this may affect families in the child support program.

Speakers:

Michael Lauterbach, Attorney, Lauterbauch Legal LLC
Susan Paikin, Senior Associate, Center for the Support of Families
Cathy Sakimura, Family Law Director & Supervising Attorney, National Center for Lesbian Rights

Target Audience: Legal Staff; Social Worker or Staff that deal with parenting time/custody and parenting issues; Inter/Intra agency; all staff levels

REGISTER HERE

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.