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What do Princess Diana, O.J. Simpson, and Amy Winehouse all have in common?

If you had attended the AFCC-MN Half-day Seminar on October 11th––you would know the answer. On that date over 60 AFCC members listened to Dallas attorney Beth Maultsby present The Personality-Disordered Litigant: Strategies for the family law processional in and out of the courtroom.

  1. “loved the topic and the ability to interact with other disciplines”

  2. “well organized, presented complex material cohesively”

  3. “best powerpoint in years and riveting speaker”

Ms. Maultsby brought to the subject her diverse experience as a judge, child protection social worker, and prominent family law attorney. She offered a multi-disciplinary approach for identifying and managing the needs and limitations of these clients in high conflict cases.

Those interested in obtaining a copy of her powerpoint presentation or article High Conflict Family Law Matters and Personality Disorders may contact Heidi Halvorson at

Greetings to all members of the Minnesota Chapter of AFCC! In our continuing commitment to improve the lives of all children and families through the resolution of family conflict, our chapter has

The AFCC community lost a beloved member earlier this year. Our good friend and valued colleague, Jessie Ware, left a lasting impact on many Minnesota families dealing with conflict. Her infectious hu

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