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2023 Family Law Refresher Course

Family Law Refresher Course 2024

Our popular annual review of
case law and legislation


Session closed!



CFLR is proud to present the 43rd 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 2024 course will review the top cases from 2023 as well as important new legislation. FLRC is sure to enhance your lawyering skills inside and outside the courtroom. This is a program you will not want to miss!

The program consists of a one-day (6-hour) webinar, plus 5 hours of on-demand video lectures. The on-demand portion of the FLRC program can be accessed any time and any place at your convenience by visiting CFLRonline.com after the webinar. With the addition of on-demand video, FLRC satisfies ALL your BLS recertification credit requirements for one low price (when attended annually) and includes 1.5 hours of Legal Ethics.


Judge Anne Kiley - Los Angeles Superior Court, Family Law Division

Course Highlights

• Characterization of retirement benefits
• Validity of premarital agreements
• Child custody
• Parentage
• Child support
• Spousal support
• Modification of support and custody
• Enforcement
• Fiduciary duty
• Attorney’s fees and costs
• Family Code §271 sanctions
• Disentitlement doctrine
• Domestic Violence Prevention Act
• Family law procedural issues
• Family law evidentiary issues

• Hague Abduction Convention
• Dependency cases
• Discovery procedure
• Select civil cases with family law application


With Judge Anne Kiley and Judge Scott Gordon (Ret.)
• Analysis of evidentiary hearing requests and other evidentiary issues raised in 2023 cases
• Further case review

With Tracy Katz
• DissoMaster™ training

Course Materials

The course materials include a copy of the complete set of slides used by the panelists, plus other supplemental materials. Enrollees in the webinar will be able to download course materials before the program and view them online during the program.

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.

Visit www.CFLRonline.com™ and ™ to earn additional MCLE participatory credit!




Program Information


View the webinar portion of the program via CFLRonline.com.
Instructions will be provided to enrollees about how to access
the webinar and on-demand video lectures.
Please enroll in advance, tuition deadlines apply.


February 9, 2024 (Fri.)
Program time: 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM (includes breaks)

f you were unable to attend the webinar, enrollees will have online access to the full program for 30 days starting February 9, 2024.

Download Course Brochure (enrollment form included)
Download Enrollment Form





Early Bird Tuition ........ $495
Advance Tuition ........ $795
Last Chance Tuition ........ $995

Tuition Deadlines


Enrollees are entitled to early enrollment discounts. Your registration(s) will be considered Last Chance Tuition unless received in our office by the deadline dates listed below (no exceptions):


Early Bird Tuition Deadline:


Advance Tuition Deadline:


Tuition is 80% refundable up to 10 days before the start of the selected program.



Special Offers For Enrollees

California Practice Guide: Family Law (The Rutter Group)
50% off print title


California Practice Guide: Family Law FORMS (The Rutter Group)
50% off print title


California Paralegal Manual: Family Law (The Rutter Group)
50% off print title


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