Parenting children with your ex-partner poses many challenges. For example, relatively minor differences in opinion can escalate to costly in-court litigation for the parents, and an unstable and unhappy environment for the children.
This informative* seminar discusses:
Techniques to manage anxiety, anger, and fear in child custody disputes
Tips for alternative dispute resolution, including managing high conflict situations
Negotiating parenting plans and changes to parenting time
How to identify relevant issues, and ignore inflammatory non-issues
Tips for communication in high-conflict and domestic violence situations
How to handle interactions with law enforcement and Child Protective Services regarding child custody disputes.
The registration fee includes a coparenting plan workbook, relevant selections of California law, and all seminar materials for reference.
About the Speaker:
Attorney Christina Cortino represents parents in all aspects of family law, including child custody litigation. Her practice focuses on finding out-of-court solutions for her clients, and she is known for her unique ability to bring opposing parties to the table to find common ground and strategic solutions to their disputes. She practices in northern California, with an emphasis in Sacramento, Placer, and Yolo counties.
*The seminar is for informational purposes only. If you need legal advice, we recommend that you speak to a licensed attorney regarding your case. CLE credit for California licensed attorneys may be available.