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Family Law | When Your Family Law Case involves Child Protection…

When: Wednesday, April 12
12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Where: Onlin
United States
Contact: Sarah Mayer

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Family Law
When Your Family Law Case involves Child Protection…

What should you do as an attorney when Child Protection becomes involved during your family law case? What is Child Protection’s process after they receive a call about your client? What should you do for your client during this time? What shouldn’t you do? Are you competent to continue to handle the case?  What are the pitfalls you should think about? What happens with the family court matter? When does the green light turn to yellow or to red for your representation and for the family law case? How long until that red light turns green again?

Learn from an expert panel including a Family Court Judicial Officer with experience in Child Protection, a Family Law Attorney who also does Child Protection cases, and a Hennepin County Attorney from the Child Protection Division.

1.0 Standard MBCLE credit applied for

Mike Furnstahl, Hennepin County Family Court Referee; Samantha J. Gemberling, Family Law Attorney; Melissa J. Jacobsen, Assistant Hennepin County Attorney

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