Date: November 20, 2013
We’ve taken the time to focus on issues facing prosecuting attorneys working on family court cases. Highlights include: establishment, initial court order establishment, custody, parenting time and support.
Jennifer Granzow, Senior Assistant Prosecuting Attorney, Kalamazoo County (MI) Prosecutor’s Office
Lisa Cowan, IV-D Attorney, 20th Judicial District, Tennessee
Patrick W. Quinn, Administrator, Family Division of the Allegheny County, Pennsylvania Court of Common Pleas
Target Audience: Legal Staff (Judge, Attorney, Referee, Prosecutor, Paralegal, Court Officer) Front line worker (Intake, Reception, Enforcement); Social Worker or Staff that deal with parenting time/custody and parenting issues; Management Team (Administrator, manager, supervisor, lead worker); Inter/Intra agency/Liaison workers who connect related agencies and deal with crossover issues; Advisors; Experienced (1-5 years) and Seasoned Staff (5 + years).
*NCSEA may not be able to offer CLE credit to those who register less than four weeks prior to the Web-Talk. CLE credit is available for Live Event only.