In recognition of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, we would like to invite you to a half-day seminar where we will discuss relevant issues, topics and solutions related to domestic violence.
Effective on October 24, 2019, the Department of Human Services is offering a handy new on-line tool to calculate overnights to use on the child support calculator.
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.
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.
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.
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?”
Many AFCC Minnesota Chapter members attended the NZB open house on October 3, 2019. NZB includes Nancy Zalusky Berg, Jessica Altmann, Ruta Johnsen, Katie Kelley and Ann Knudson.
As I have met with our committee chairs, I have noticed that we have some opportunities for people to get involved with the AFCC. There are always opportunities to join a committee if you have an interest in that particular area. We have needs to supplement our volunteers in three areas: First, we have two Read more…
AFCC members recently attended the Northside Achievement Zone (NAZ) annual luncheon. Attendees of the 2018 AFCC Annual Conference may remember NAZ’s CEO Sondra Samuel spoke on a panel which focused on how different communities of color developed resiliency in their families.