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2021 Annual Family Law Conference Video Recording & Course Materials | Self-Study


Practice Area:
Family |  GAL |  Juvenile


Description

These video recordings and course materials from the 21st Annual Family Law Conference include quality CLE programming delivered by our knowledgeable faculty of attorneys, judicial panels, and industry experts. Examine and explore family law topics including:

  • High Conflict Personalities, High Conflict Issues: Finding the Elusive Road to Resolution
  • Implicit Bias and Its Impact on Family Law
  • Legislative & Case Law Update
  • Tips and Best Practices from family law judges and commissioners
  • 30 different learning sessions

Note: This material qualifies for self-study credit only. Pursuant to Regulation 15.04.5, a lawyer may receive up to six hours of self-study credit in a reporting year. Self-study programs do not qualify for GAL Certification, ethics, elimination of bias or Kansas credit.

Faculty

Seth Albin's Profile

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Summers Compton Wells, LLC


Seth Albin is a member of the law firm of Summers Compton Wells, LLC, where he focuses his practice on the areas of Bankruptcy, including representing individuals and businesses, Creditor’s Rights, Family Law, Enforcement and Collection of Judgments Secured Transactions, Arbitration, and Litigation. Seth currently serves as a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Panel Trustee, a Chapter 12 Bankruptcy Panel Trustee and a Subchapter V Trustee for the Eastern District of Missouri as well as a panel arbitrator for United States Arbitration and Mediation. Seth has served as a Receiver, Special Master and as a Guardian Ad Litem in civil and domestic cases. Seth also volunteers for the St. Louis County Domestic Violence Court as a Special Prosecutor. Seth has lectured on topics such as the intersection of Bankruptcy and Family Law, Bankruptcy and Civil Litigation, Receiverships, Adoption, Enforcement and Collection of Judgments, Revised Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code and Arbitration Clauses in Commercial Transactions and is the co-author of Chapter 4 of the Missouri Bar Bankruptcy Practice Deskbook.


Katherine Badertscher's Profile

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Midwest Divorce Management,


As a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst®?, Katherine opened Midwest Divorce Management, Inc. to help clients understand the financial inputs needed to make settlement decisions for their divorce. Trained in interdisciplinary collaborative divorce as a financial neutral, Katherine is an educator, facilitator, and financial counselor for the family during collaborative divorce.


Susan Block's Profile

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Paule, Camazine and Blumenthal, PC


Susan E. Block, Attorney, Paule Camazine & Blumenthal, returned to the practice of law in 2004 after 25 years of judicial service in St. Louis County. She was one of the first judges to hear adult abuse cases in 1979. 
 
She frequently represents petitioners and respondents in adult abuse hearings. 

 


Nicole Bridges Follmer's Profile

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Office of the Missouri Attorney General


Nicole Follmer currently serves as Deputy Chief Counsel of the Financial Services Section at the Missouri Attorney General’s Office (AGO). Nicole has been with the AGO since 2013 and has served as Assistant Attorney General and Unit Leader of the Child Support Unit, and has extensive child support experience. 


Martha Brown's Profile

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Mitchell, Brown & Associates LLC


Martha Brown is a Certified Elder Law Attorney. Her firm, Mitchell, Brown & Associates concentrates on the unique legal needs of the elderly and individuals with disabilities. She is active in various committees and associations as well as receiving numerous awards for her work with the elderly and individuals with disabilities.


Jennifer Brown's Profile

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Oswald Rew LLC


Jennifer practices primarily in the area of Family Law, including an extensive Guardian ad Litem and mediation emphases. After growing up in Blue Springs, Jennifer currently resides in Lee’s Summit, Missouri, with her husband and three children. While attending law school, Jennifer served as secretary of the UMKC Student Bar Association.

Prior to joining Oswald Roam & Rew LLC, Jennifer worked for over two years as a judicial clerk for the Honorable Michael W. Manners in the Circuit Court of Jackson County, Missouri. During her clerkship, she gained invaluable experience and knowledge in handling various dockets, specifically domestic, criminal, and civil rotations.


Alisse Camazine's Profile

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Paule, Camazine & Blumenthal, P.C.


In her over 40 years of practice, Alisse Camazine has become one of the leading family law practitioners in the St. Louis area. 
She has been listed in Best Lawyers in the area of Family Law since 1993. She became a Fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers in 1988 and has been certified as an arbitrator by the Academy. She received the Women’s Justice Award for Trial Practice from Lawyers Media in April 2009, recognizing women who have demonstrated leadership, integrity, service, sacrifice, and accomplishment in improving the quality of justice and furthering the highest ideals of the legal profession. She is ranked annually by St. Louis Magazine as one of St. Louis’s “Top Lawyers” for Family Law. Since 2005, she has been listed in Missouri & Kansas Super Lawyers which, in 2018, named her one of the Top 10 Missouri & Kansas Lawyers. Super Lawyers has also designated her as one of St. Louis’s “Top Fifty Lawyers” and “Top Fifty Women Lawyers,” and she was voted Missouri’s best divorce attorney in a poll conducted by the legal newspaper Missouri Lawyers’ Weekly, in October, 2007. In 2010, she was selected as “Lawyer of the Year—Family Law” by Best Lawyers. Ms. Camazine, along with her long-time law partner Alan Freed, co-authored the book Divorce in Missouri, which was published in April 2009. She has co-authored many articles for legal journals and continuing legal education programs, including a chapter in the Missouri Bar Family Law desk book titled, “Enforcement of Judgments.” Ms. Camazine has lectured on a wide range of family law topics such as Property Division in Complex Dissolution Cases, Ethical Issues in Family Law, Psychological Testing in Custody Cases, and Ethical Issues for Psychologists in Custody Cases. She has co-authored many articles for legal journals and continuing legal education programs.
Ms. Camazine handles family law cases including division of complex property cases, spousal support, paternity and child support. She is well known for her handling of and complex child custody cases involving mental illness, addiction, sexual, physical, and emotional abuse, orders of protection and adult abuse orders motions to modify. Ms. Camazine is well known for her trial strategies and her expertise in the court room and handles lengthy, complicated custody and divorce matters.

 


Anne Chambers's Profile

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Lawyers' Assistance Director

Missouri Lawyers' Assistance Program


Anne Chambers, LCSW, serves as the Director of the Missouri Lawyers’ Assistance Program.

Anne received her Master of Social Work degree from Louisiana State University in 1990. She has been licensed in clinical social work in Missouri since 1992, and she has significant experience working with people to address mental health and substance concerns.

Anne has served as past president of the National Organization of Forensic Social Work, past chair of the National Association of Social Workers Legal Defense Fund Service Board, and past chair of the ABA Commission on Lawyer Assistance Programs Senior Lawyers Committee.

Anne lives with her family in Columbia. 
 


Chad Courtney's Profile

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Courtney & Mills, LLC


Chad T. Courtney practices in areas of workers compensation, personal injury, domestic relations and general civil litigation.

Chad is chair of The Missouri Bar's Family Law Section. He is a member of the Springfield Metropolitan Bar Association and the Omicron Delta Kappa Honor Society.

Chad is a 1999 graduate of the University of Missouri, where he served as treasurer of the Student Bar Association. He received bachelor's degrees in political science and sociology in 1996 from the University of Missouri.


Nicole Craft's Profile

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Fisher Law, LLC


Nicole Craft is a paralegal with Fisher Law, a family law firm in Kansas City. She has her Bachelor’s from UMKC and has been in the family law industry for over 15 years. Nicole enjoys the many facets of family law including the progressive transition to a paperless firm.

 


Erin Craig's Profile

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Oswald Rew LLC


Erin received her Bachelor of Science in Political Science and Philosophy from Missouri State University with honors in 2007. During Erin’s course of studies, she emphasized International Affairs and served as a student ambassador for the University in Dailian and Zhengzhou, China.

Upon graduating from Missouri State, Erin attended the University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Law and earned her Juris Doctorate in 2010. While at the UMKC Law School, Erin received the school’s International, Comparative, and Foreign Law Area of Emphasis after successfully completing courses in International and EU Law at the University of Vienna, Austria, Comenius University in Bratislava, Slovakia, and Corvinus Egyetem in Budapest, Hungary. While at UMKC, Erin participated in the Law School's Guardian ad Litem clinic, representing children in domestic violence dockets in the 16th Judicial Circuit.

Erin is a member of The Missouri Bar, the Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association including the KCMBA Domestic Law Committee, the Eastern Jackson County Bar Association, and is a board member on the Juvenile Law Committee.  Erin is admitted to practice in the Federal Western District Court of Missouri and also a Guardian ad Litem.


Hon. Margaret Donnelly's Profile

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21st Judicial Circuit


Hon. Margaret Donnelly was appointed circuit judge in August, 2016, by Gov. Jeremiah W. "Jay" Nixon. She was a St. Louis County Family Court commissioner from 2013 until her appointment as circuit judge.

Judge Donnelly holds Bachelor of Science and Master of Social Work degrees from Saint Louis University and graduated cum laude from Saint Louis University School of Law in 1988. From 1988 to 2009, she was engaged in the private practice of law. She served in the Missouri Legislature as a state representative for District 73 from 2003 to 2009 and was the Director of the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services from 2009 to 2012.

Judge Donnelly has been honored for service by the Missouri Judicial Conference and Legal Services of Eastern Missouri. She received the Women's Justice Citizenship Award, St. Louis Children's Hospital Advocate of the Year award, and Paraquad Disability Rights Legislative Leadership Award.  She is a member of the Missouri Bar, St. Louis County Bar Association, Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis, Women Lawyers' Association and Mound City Bar Association.

Judge Donnelly lives in St. Louis County with her family.


Michael Downey's Profile

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Downey Law Group LLC


Michael P. Downey is a legal ethics lawyer and founder of Downey Law Group LLC, a St. Louis law firm devoted to legal ethics, lawyer discipline defense, and the law of lawyering. Michael regularly advises lawyers at law firms and legal departments regarding legal ethics and risk management issues. Michael also assists lawyers responding to disciplinary complaints, and has defended lawyers in civil litigation and disciplinary cases in both Missouri and Illinois. In 2014, Missouri Lawyers Weekly named Michael a “Most Influential Lawyer” as the “go-to legal ethics lawyer in Missouri.” 

 


Whittney Dunn's Profile

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The Bar Plan Mutual Insurance Company


Whittney Dunn, Risk Manager at The Bar Plan, presents to hundreds of lawyers annually on ethics, malpractice avoidance, and lawyer well-being. When not presenting, she provides one-on-one ethics guidance and law practice management assistance to attorneys through The Bar Plan Foundation's free ethics hotline, available to any attorney in Missouri.


James Fendelman's Profile

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Fendelman, Paull & Associates, L.L.C.


Jimmy Fendelman has been a trial attorney for over twenty-five years. He speaks regularly on the topics of stress management and communications skills for teens, graduate students, and adults. He is known for his up-beat, high energy style. 



Lara Fors's Profile

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Public Knowledge


Lara Webb Fors joined Public Knowledge® after serving for over 25 years in the IV-D child support program of Missouri in both county and state leadership roles. Lara received her BA from Central Methodist College and her J.D. from UMKC. She is a member of both the Missouri and Kansas Bars. 


Alan Freed's Profile

Alan Freed Related seminars and products

Paule, Camazine & Blumenthal, PC


Alan Freed has represented clients in family law cases since 1983, focusing on a problem-solving approach to resolving family law issues, with an emphasis on mediation and collaborative practice, along with a substantial appellate practice. He has practiced with Paule, Camazine & Blumenthal, PC, since its founding in 1994. Mr. Freed is co-author of “Missouri Appellate Practice” Vol. 24, 2nd, West Group. He is a fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers and is listed in "Best Lawyers in America" and "Missouri Kansas Super Lawyers." "Best Lawyers” named Mr. Freed “Lawyer of the Year” for St. Louis in 2013 and 2018 in the field of Collaborative Law: Family, in 2017 for Mediation, and in 2015 for Family Law Mediation. He was also selected as “Best Mediation Attorney” in a 2009 Missouri Lawyers Weekly poll. In 2009 Mr. Freed, with Alisse Camazine, wrote Divorce in Missouri, a practical layman's guide. Mr. Freed is a founding member of the Collaborative Family Law Association and is also a past president of Kids In the Middle. Mr. Freed is member of AFCC. He has presented in conferences, both locally and nationally, on family law and mediation topics. Mr. Freed has published numerous articles in his fields, is the author of the chapter on Mediation and Other Forms of Alternative Dispute Resolution for the MoBar Family Law CLE Deskbook, and contributed a chapter titled “Mental Health and Financial Experts: Key Components of the Collaborative Process,” in "Understanding Collaborative Family Law" (Aspatore, 2011). From 2001 to 2016, he served as adjunct Professor at Washington University School of Law, teaching Family Mediation.

Mr. Freed received his B. Mus. from Kent State University in 1974 and his J.D. from Washington University School of Law in 1983.



Shannon Grisham's Profile

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Pratt & Grisham, LLC


Shannon has practiced family law in the Springfield, Missouri area for over 15 years. Shannon grew up in Memphis, Tennessee. She graduated from Evangel University in Springfield, Missouri with a Bachelor of Science degree and earned her Juris Doctorate from the University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law. In 2013 Shannon was presented with the Up and Coming Award by the Missouri Lawyer’s Weekly.

Shannon is an active member of the Missouri Bar and the Springfield Metropolitan Bar Association (SMBA). She currently serves on the Missouri Bar Family Law Committee and is the Chair of the Missouri Bar Family Law Planning Committee for the annual Family Law Conference. She is also a member of the Child Support Guidelines Review Subcommittee of the Missouri Bar.

Shannon is a frequent speaker on Family Law. She has taught for local and state-wide organizations on family law topics including divorce, custody, paternity, guardian ad litem, and adoptions. She has served on Guardian Ad Litem training committee for the Missouri Bar and traveled state-wide to speak at Guardian Ad Litem training conferences. She has served as the Missouri Bar Family Law Newsletter editor.

Shannon maintains a trial practice in family law that focuses on divorces, complex property and maintenance cases, modification, paternity actions, and adoptions. She has served on the Board of Directors of Cherish Kids, an organization that serves to raise awareness for the needs of foster children and adoption. She has been a volunteer speaker for The Pregnancy Care Center in Springfield. She also travels to Africa annually with various organizations to serve alongside teams in their missions work.

Shannon’s husband is brilliantly creative and their sons are adorable bundles of energy and fun.


Simone Haberstock's Profile

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The Law Offices of Simone A. Haberstock, LLC


Simone Haberstock  has been a family law attorney for 30 years and a mediator for 20 years.  She acquired a Masters of Law in Dispute Resolution from University of Missouri School of Law in 2013 where she did IRB approved research on a mediation-arbitration process. Since graduating, she has founded a non-profit mediation service, Confluence Missouri, Inc.; served on the Mediation and Parenting Coordination Oversight Committee in St. Louis County Circuit Court; and worked on a number of court-connected ADR and problem-solving court projects across the state. She recently completed an interview research project of Missouri litigants who used mandatory mediation and has assisted in  the production of two videos for the public on ADR processes. She has mediated over 400 cases including family, small business, employment, landlord-tenant, and small claims matters. Ms. Haberstock has spoken and presented on  a variety mediation and ADR topics, including the decision- making process, at both national and statewide conferences. She also served on the Board of Governors for the Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis for 10 years and is the immediate past-president of the Missouri Chapter of Association of Family and Conciliation Courts.


Douglas Harris's Profile

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Harris, Harris and Sommer, LLC



Anika Hickman's Profile

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Anika Hickman is a Guardian ad Litem at Jackson County CASA. She represents the best interests of children who are under the jurisdiction of the 16th Circuit's Family Court Division. She has been in this role for four years. Anika has been the Chairperson of the Family Court Diversity Committee since 2019 and is enjoying the challenge of bringing issues of diversity in Juvenile Law to members of the Missouri Bar. Anika brings unique experience and perspective to this field as she was a Licensed Professional Counselor for ten years before attending law school.


Julie Holmquist's Profile

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J. Holmquist & Associates, LLC


Joshua Hutkins's Profile

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Sandberg Phoenix von Gontard


Josh Hutkins is the Wealth Planning Team Leader at Sandberg Phoenix. His focus is on estate planning, estate and probate administration, and business succession planning.

Additionally, Josh has extensive experience with complex and unique estate and trust administrations, guardianships and conservatorships, as well as prenuptial and postnuptial agreements.


Amy Johnson's Profile

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Paule Camazine & Blumenthal


Ms. Johnson’s practice concentrates solely in the area of family law: divorce, child custody, paternity and adoption. Early in her career, Ms. Johnson recognized that assisting clients through the difficult times of family law cases drove her passion for the practice of law.


Ryan Kaiser's Profile

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Kaiser / Lawless, LLP


Ryan Kaiser is a partner at Kaiser / Lawless, LLP, located in Kansas City, Missouri.  His primary areas of practice are juvenile law and child custody issues. He previously worked as counsel for the Missouri Department of Social Services, Division of Legal Services.  Presently, he contracts with the Department of Social Services, representing Children’s Division to achieve permanency for children in foster care across the state of Missouri.  Ryan has successfully argued numerous cases before the Missouri Court of Appeals, Western District on behalf the Jackson County Juvenile Officer.  He is licensed in Missouri, Kansas, Washington & Guam.


Allison Lee's Profile

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Paule, Camazine & Blumenthal


Lindsay Mathews's Profile

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The Gordon Law Firm, LLC


Lindsay is passionate about advocating and guiding people through their domestic legal issues.

She recognizes she may be meeting you at the most challenging point of your life. That’s why she will listen to your story – to understand your goals and priorities. From there, she sets realistic expectations and brainstorms legal and non-legal solutions that will get you the best possible outcome.

Before attending law school at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, Lindsay taught for three years and worked as a staff member for two years with Teach for America. Due to her experience with Teach for America and her love and understanding for children, Lindsay is frequently appointed as a Guardian ad Litem, someone who will advocate for the best interest of a child in court.

Lindsay grew up in Kansas City and attended The University of Kansas where she received a degree in Spanish, Latin American Studies, and History. Today she lives in Kansas City, Missouri with her family.


Shawn McCarver's Profile

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Shawn McCarver received his Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice Administration from Central Missouri State University in May 1981, where he graduated Summa Cum Laude. He received his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Missouri-Columbia in May 1984, where he was a Member of the Missouri Law Review and Secretary of the Student Bar Association.

Mr. McCarver practiced law from 1984 until December 31, 2010. He then served two terms as an Associate Circuit Judge from January 1, 2011 to December 31, 2018. After leaving the bench, he has resumed the private practice of law. While in private practice before becoming an associate circuit judge, he also served as attorney for the Juvenile Officer of the 24th Judicial Circuit from 1985 to 2002, and as a Public Defender for the counties of St. Francois, Ste. Genevieve and Washington from 1986-1987. He served as a Municipal Judge in the 24th Circuit from 1985 until 2010, serving the Cities of Park Hills (1985 to 2010), Desloge (1988 to 2010), Bismarck (1999 to 2010), Leadwood (2001 to 2010) and Bonne Terre (2003 to 2010).

Mr. McCarver authored the juvenile law chapter of the Trial Judge’s Benchbook, the Juvenile Officer Handbook, and he taught juvenile law to Missouri’s trial judges for 30 years, from 1988 to 2018. He has authored numerous articles and served on numerous Supreme Court committees including the committee that drafted the current Rules of Practice and Procedure in Juvenile Court, the Committee on Confidentiality of Juvenile Proceedings, and the Best Practices in Juvenile Court Committee. He also served as technical advisor and legal counsel to the Commission on Children’s Justice.

Mr. McCarver’s oldest daughter is an osteopathic physician (D.O.), and his youngest is in 8th grade. Mr. McCarver and his wife Julie, who is also a lawyer, their youngest daughter, three German Shepherd Dogs, and one rabbit, live in Farmington, Missouri, where Mr. McCarver and his wife practice law. The McCarvers are members of St. Joseph Catholic Church, as well as civic and service organizations.


Justin Mettlen's Profile

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Missouri Attorney General's Office


Justin Mettlen joined the Missouri Attorney General’s Office in 2006. The majority of his practice revolves around representing the Missouri Department of Social Services, Family Support Division in IV-D cases. Justin has appeared for Family Support Division in the circuit courts of 36 Missouri counties as well as the Court of Appeals. He currently serves as Unit Leader for the assistant attorneys general in the Attorney General’s Child Support Unit in the Kansas City, Springfield, and Jefferson City offices. Justin is a graduate of the Washburn University School of Law.


Hon. Mark Millsap's Profile

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Greene County Family Court Commissioner


Tabitha Mitchell's Profile

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Mitchell, Brown & Associates, LLC



Sam Phillips's Profile

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Office of Chief Disciplinary Counsel


Sam Phillips is Deputy Chief Counsel for the Missouri Office of Chief Disciplinary Counsel. Sam has served on the Board of Directors of the National Organization of Bar Counsel and was that Board’s liaison to the ABA’s Lawyer Competence Committee.

In addition to attorney discipline and private practice, he has served as Chief Assistant Prosecuting Attorney and been the Executive Trust Officer for a regional bank.

He also chaired The Missouri Bar’s Law Practice Management Committee.

 


Michael Rapp's Profile

Michael Rapp Related seminars and products

Stecklein & Rapp Chartered


Michael is a licensed attorney in the state of Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska. He is a member of the Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association, Wyandotte County Bar Association, as well as Co-Chairs the TIPS Cybersecurity and Data Privacy Committee for the American Bar Association and is a State Chair for the National Association of Consumer Advocates. Since graduating law school, Michael has focused his practice exclusively on Consumer Law with a concentration on the Fair Credit Reporting Act. Prior to attending UMKC School of Law, Michael served his country in the United States Air Force. 


Erin Rathjen-Decker's Profile

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Sandberg Phoenix & Von Gontard, P.C.


Erin Rathjen-Decker has been practicing family law for more than 19 years, representing clients in high asset divorces while additionally serving as a guardian ad litem. She is a past recipient of the Missouri & Kansas Super Lawyers Rising Star and she frequently lectures in the area of family law.


Craig Ritchie's Profile

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Ritchie, Soper & Schutt LLC


Hon. Sherrill Roberts's Profile

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7th Judicial Circuit


Sherrill Roberts is the Family Court Commissioner for the 7th Judicial Circuit, Clay County, Missouri. She was appointed Commissioner in 2005. Prior to her appointment, Commissioner Roberts was in private practice focusing her practice in Family Law. 


Hon. Sherrill Rosen's Profile

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16th Judicial Court


Commissioner Sherrill L. Rosen was appointed Commissioner in 1994. She helped draft Missouri's adult abuse act and handled the constitutional challenge to it. She often served as a guardian ad litem. She received the KCMBA Moorhouse Dedication to Children award, and is a MOLW Women’s Justice Award winner.

 



Arnold Shienvold Related seminars and products

Riegler, Shienvold & Associates


Arnie Shienvold is a psychologist who specializes in interventions with high conflict families. Arnie conducts custody evaluations, provides Parenting Coordination, Family Mediation and litigation support. He is a former president of AFCC and serves as Chairman on the task force revising the Model Standards for Comprehensive Custody Evaluations.


Laurie Snell's Profile

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The Truman Day CLE Committee


Laurie Vaskov Snell graduated from UMKC School of Law in 1993. She has nearly 25 years in private practice; primarily Jackson County Juvenile. Prior to private practice, was an Attorney for the Juvenile Officer & Assistant Prosecutor both Jackson County. Ms. Snell has a Bachelor of Journalism degree from the University of Missouri-Columbia. She is a member of Missouri & Kansas Bar Associations, the ABA, KCMBA, AWL. She is past Chair of the Children and the Law; ABA/YLD and past Chair of the Juvenile Law Committee for KCMBA.



Larry Swall's Profile

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Gates Shields Ferguson Swall Hammond, P.A.


Larry V. Swall is a family law attorney, licensed in Kansas and Missouri, with offices in Overland Park and Liberty. His private practice is concentrated in areas of family law and domestic mediation. Practicing for over 30 years, Mr. Swall was twice honored by the Missouri Bar.

 


Hon. Brent Teichman's Profile

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Johnson County Associate Circuit Judge


Brent Teichman is the Associate Circuit Judge in Johnson County, Missouri, having been elected to that position by voters in 2018. Prior to taking the bench, Judge Teichman was a solo practitioner for 17 years with a general practice focusing mainly on family law and adoptions. He received his Bachelor's Degree in History & Political Science from the University of Central Missouri in 1998; and his Juris Doctorate from the University of Missouri in 2001. Judge Teichman lives in Warrensburg, Missouri, with his wife Molly and their 3 children.

 

 


Mikah Thompson's Profile

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UMKC School of Law


Mikah Thompson is an Associate Professor at the UMKC School of Law. Her course load includes Civil Procedure, Evidence, and Race and the Law. Thompson frequently provides continuing legal education in the areas of employment law, ethics, and implicit bias. She earned her J.D. from Washington University in St. Louis. 


Allison Tschannen's Profile

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Kranitz & Kranitz, P.C.


Allison C. Tschannen received her J.D from Washington University School of Law – St. Louis, Missouri – May 2014 (Graduated cum laude)B.A. from William Jewell College – Liberty, Missouri – Oxbridge honors Literature and Theory, May 2011 (Graduated Magna cum laude)University of Cambridge – Cambridge, UK – Junior Year Abroad Studies.

Her honors, awards and activities include: Washington University School of Law Judicial Clerkship Externship – Spring Semester 2014; Washington University School of Law Dean’s List – (Fall 2011, Spring 2012, Fall 2012, Spring 2013); Associate Managing Editor, Washington University Jurisprudence Review (Vol. 6)Published in Washington University Jurisprudence Review: Note, An Argument for Incentivizing Voluntary Regulation of the Fashion and Modeling Industries, 6 Wash. U. Jur.Rev. 421 (2014). 

She is a member of the St. Joseph Bar Association – Secretary; AFL-CIO Community Services – Board Member, Secretary; St. Joseph Zoning Board of Adjustment – Alternate Member. 

 


Nancy Williger's Profile

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Dr. Williger, currently retired from a private practice in St. Louis, MO, specialized in couples therapy, divorce and post-divorce therapy with children and adults. Currently she participates as a coach and child specialist in the collaborative divorce cases and is active in the St. Louis Collaborative Family Law Association.



John Young's Profile

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John L. Young Attorney at Law LLC


John L. Young has been an attorney since 1989 and served on the Child Abuse and Neglect Board Since 2013. He is with Appleby and Healy Law Firm. Contact: jyoung@ApplebyHealy.com, 417-581-2411, 119 North Second Street, P.O. Box 158. Ozark, Mo 65721.

His life motto Micah 6:8.


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