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Task force recommends changes to child support guidelines

The following is a press released sent by the Department of Human Services which may be of interest to those who deal regularly with child support.

Become active in the legislative process so your voices can be heard

As the Past-President of AFCC-MN I want to encourage our membership to become active in the legislative process so their voices can be heard.

Upcoming Events

February 14 Lunch & Learn – Working Session: Identifying Best Practices for PC

February’s Lunch & Learn is a working session! Victoria Elsmore, Esq. will moderate as we identify best practices for the Parenting Consultant role. Up for discussion are: appointment order modifications, training for pitfalls, judicial enforcement options, predictive factors for positive outcomes, and getting paid! Forget the war stories and bring your solutions as we take this first step.

March 13 Lunch Time Learn: Appointment of a Special Master in custody and parenting time cases

What is the requisite process under Rule 53 and when is appointment
appropriate?

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Task force recommends changes to child support guidelines

The following is a press released sent by the Department of Human Services which may be of interest to those who deal regularly with child support.

AFCC LUNCH AND LEARNS GO LIVE!!

AFCC LUNCH AND LEARNS GO LIVE!! Traci Capistrant, who is an attorney member of the AFCC-MN Chapter’s Education Committee, has been the mover and shaker behind bringing this to the Chapter after meeting with Carl Arnold from the Collaborative Law Institute of Minnesota (and AFCC-MN member)

Viewing & Discussing The Marriage Story

AFCC members on the move: A group of AFCC members from the Education Committee went to watch The Marriage Story, which is a movie about divorce.  It doesn’t give a flattering picture of the process, and documents how it can go poorly.  There are some awkward moments to watch when the parties meet with their prospective Read more…