Family Law

Family Law Forum 2022: A New Alternate Dispute Resolution Approach to Family Law Cases-Nuts and Bolts of Supreme Court Rule 53


Dive into the workings of the new Supreme Court Rule on Collaborative Family Law by hearing from a financial neutral and two collaborative family lawyers. Learn some tips about the collaborative practice and which type of client would benefit from this ADR process.

Amy Amundsen, Amundsen Legal Consulting
Cindy MacAulay, Forvis
Grant Glassford, Lindsey Amonette Nemer & Glassford


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I was not familiar with the process so it was very helpful. Each presenter added different perspective and helpful information

Knowledgeable presenters who described the Collaborative process in an informed manner.

I learned new insights into Collaborative Family Law.

Great class. Very informative.


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  • Member: 50.00
  • Non-Member: 80.00
  • Section: 40.00
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