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Family Law

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Upcoming Family Law Programs

Browse all upcoming Family Law programs

MCLE ThisWeek free webcast

Arbitration, Mediation, Collaboration and other ADR alternatives: Working with Lawyers to “Win” for Clients 0:14:02

from Trying Divorce Cases, 10/18/2019

Eugene A. Nigro, Esq., Nigro, Pettepit & Lucas LLP, Wakefield

SELF-GUIDED PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN

Tailor your training — on your terms and your schedule. MCLE's professional development plan takes you step by step through the essentials of family law practice.

FAMILY LAW CHECKLISTS & FORMS

Build your practice and save time with more than 1,000 sample checklists, forms, and other useful documents, curated by MCLE's expert editors and authors.

FAMILY LAWEXPERT DEMONSTRATIONS

Watch practical demonstrations of pretrial and trial proceedings by MCLE's expert faculty, with commentary from Probate and Family Court judges.

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A curated bibliography of Free Online Resources for Family Law practitioners

SELF-TESTING Q&A

An MCLE OnlinePass® Exclusive*

Put your knowledge to the test with these online practice checkups.

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Evidence - Test Yourself

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There are no self-tests currently under development.

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CPCS-CAFL CERTIFICATION

CPCS-CAFL seeks zealous, effective attorneys who want to protect the rights of parents and children
in State Intervention cases. For more information, or to apply, visit the CPCS-CAFL website.