Modern Families: New Definitions for Today’s Families

Date: December 03, 2014

United States

Hannah Andrews
(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.


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


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