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Notice and Comment for Proposed Rule 114 changes regarding Alternative Dispute Resolution

The Supreme Court issued an administrative order on October 11, 2019 providing an opportunity for anyone to provide comments in favor or against the proposed rule changes to Rule 114.

How do we get our message out?

In the wake of the equal parenting time presumption debate at the state house last year, one of the questions that has come up in conversation with many of you has been: “How do we get our message out?”

Upcoming Events

Half-Day Conference-November

Join us November 16, 2019 to discuss the Legislature and policy issues important to the AFCC. This half-day conference will be highlighted by remarks from Associate Justice Paul C. Thissen, who will reflect on his previous tenure in the Minnesota Legislature and provide valuable insight into the mind of a policymaker. We will also be learning tips and strategies on how to speak with legislators from some of the most experienced and cutting-edge professionals in this realm.

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Recent Posts

Notice and Comment for Proposed Rule 114 changes regarding Alternative Dispute Resolution

The Supreme Court issued an administrative order on October 11, 2019 providing an opportunity for anyone to provide comments in favor or against the proposed rule changes to Rule 114.

What do Princess Diana, O.J. Simpson, and Amy Winehouse all have in common?

On October 11, over 60 AFCC members listened to Dallas attorney Beth Maultsby present The Personality-Disordered Litigant: Strategies for the family law processional in and out of the courtroom.

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.