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  Spring Seminar

NOTE: The Rancho Las Palmas discount room block is currently sold out, however lodging in the vicinity may still be available. You may wish to secure your lodging before registering for the seminar given that seminar registrations are non-refundable.  You may also wish to re-check with Rancho Las Palmas periodically as rooms within the discount block may become available due to cancellations. 

 

 April 1-3, 2016

at the Rancho Las Palmas Resort in

Rancho Mirage, CA

*to register, click the event on the right or

follow the link below to the printable flyer.

http://www.acfls.org/?page=SpringSeminar2016

 

What is this week's topic on the LISTSERV? 

 What are the members discussing today?  Here are some of the latest topics
to hit the LISTSERV lately:
-Cohabitation 
- NY Times: Rich Children and Poor Ones Are Raised Very Differently

- Can the Court Proceed With a Disso If the Parties Aren't Separated?

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*Membership in ACFLS is only available to Certified Family Law Specialists
certified by the California State Bar Board of Legal Specialization. 
 
  
Welcome to the Association of Certified Family Law Specialists

A non-profit organization of attorneys who have been designated Specialist in Family Law by the State Bar of California, Board of Legal Specialization. 

Dedicated to:

 • Promoting the Family Law Specialty

• Advancing and Exchanging Knowledge

• Encouraging Ethical Practice

• Monitoring Legislation 

 

"Family lawyers do not get the respect they deserve. In terms of the potential breadth and complexity of issues which they face, family practitioners work in one of the most, and perhaps the most, exacting and demanding areas of concentration in the law.”

—Justice David G. Sills, the Court of Appeal in the Fourth Appellate District of California


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4/1/2016 » 4/3/2016
2016 ACFLS 24th Annual Spring Seminar in Rancho Mirage, CA