2015 Family Law Refresher Course
Our popular annual review of
case law and legislation
• Judge Thomas Trent Lewis
CFLR is proud to present the 34th annual Family Law Refresher Course (FLRC), providing current case law and statutory review, in-depth analysis of trends in family law, strategic planning, and best practice tips. The 2015 course will review the top cases from 2014 as well as important new legislation. Hot topics for 2015 include Valli, the interplay between Evidence Code §662 and Family Code §760, community vs. separate property, and modification of child support. FLRC is sure to enhance your lawyering skills inside and outside of the courtroom. This is a program you will not want to miss!
The program consists of one day (6 hours) of live presentation, plus 5 hours of on-demand video lectures. Additionally, FLRC attendees who need Psychology and Counseling BLS credit will be given free access to view online the Psychology and Counseling Aspects of Family Law program from the 2013 Advanced Family Law Course. This lecture as well as the on-demand portion ofthe FLRC program can be accessed at any time and any place at your convenience by visiting CFLRonline.com after the live program locations conclude. With the addition of on-demand video, FLRC is still the ONLY family law series that satisfies ALL your MCLE and BLS credit requirements for one low price (when attended annually), including Legal Ethics, Elimination of Bias and Competence Issues (formerly Substance Abuse credit).
REVIEW OF 2014 CASES AND LEGISLATION
• Marriage of Valli
• Attorney Fees and Costs
• Child Support
• Spousal Support
• Same-Sex Marriage
• Property Division
• Fiduciary Duty
• Domestic Violence
• Hot Topics and Recent Cases
Course materials consist of a complete version of all slides used by the presenters, plus other supplemental materials. Enrollees can select to receive printed course materials OR course materials on a USB drive, which allows you to save them to your hard drive and take notes directly next to the material covered. See order form to make your selection.
11 Hours MCLE/Specialization Credit
Approval of specialization credit in Family Law has been granted by the California Board of Legal Specialization, and approval of
MCLE credit for this activity has been granted by the State Bar of California in the amount of 11 hours, including 1.5 hours of Legal
Ethics and 1 hour of Competence Issues (formerly Substance Abuse credit). FLRC attendees who need Psychology and Counseling
BLS credit will be given free access to view online the Psychology and Counseling Aspects of Family Law program from the 2013
Advanced Family Law Course.
Visit www.CFLROnline.com™ to earn additional MCLE participatory credit!