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

If you had attended the AFCC-MN Half-day Seminar on October 11th––you would know the answer. On that date 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.

  • “loved the topic and the ability to interact with other disciplines”
  • “well organized, presented complex material cohesively”
  • “best powerpoint in years and riveting speaker”

Ms. Maultsby brought to the subject her diverse experience as a judge, child protection social worker, and prominent family law attorney. She offered a multi-disciplinary approach for identifying and managing the needs and limitations of these clients in high conflict cases.

Those interested in obtaining a copy of her powerpoint presentation or article High Conflict Family Law Matters and Personality Disorders may contact Heidi Halvorson at afccmnwebmasters@gmail.com