52nd Annual Conference, Children In The Court System: Different Doors, Different Responses, Different Outcomes

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52nd Annual Conference, Children In The Court System: Different Doors, Different Responses, Different Outcomes
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Association of Family and Conciliation Courts says
Children are at the center of a variety of legal disputes and may enter the court system through a variety of possible doors. Parenting time, child support, child maltreatment, guardianship, adoption and delinquency are just a few of the possibilities. Many of these issues substantively overlap, but a coordinated approach is often lacking. The entry point can therefore prove critical in determining the course of action, the availability of resources, access to justice and ultimately the fate of family members. Join AFCC in New Orleans as we examine the challenges faced by children, their parents, guardians and professionals in the court system.

The Call for Proposals is open through October 1, 2014. The conference program brochure will be available online in late December 2014 and mailed January 2015. Check the AFCC website www.afccnet.org for more information.
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By: Association of Family and Conciliation Courts

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