Program available on demand starting January 17, 2022.

Contact

Dominika Nolan 
Center for Child Counseling, Inc. 
561-244-9499 
dominika@centerforchildcounseling.org 

Learn More About the New Season of Stephens Squibs’ Monthly Family Law 


If you would like to subscribe to the 2021-22 season of Stephens Squibs’ Monthly Family Law CLE, which is a monthly CLE you can watch on demand at your convenience. Over 15 hours of CLE for $300. Click HERE to register. 

 

2022 - Tips on How to Pass the Florida Marital & Family Board Certification Exam 

Hear from all 10 attorneys who passed the 2021 Marital & Family Board Certification Test!

90 minutes of new content!

Plus last years program which includes multiple past chairs of the Marital & Family Law Board Certification Committee, past chairs of BSLE, Florida Family Law living legends and all 4 attorneys who passed the 2020 exam, and their suggestions on how to pass the Marital and Family Board Certification Examination.

Brought to you by the Center for Child Counseling, Inc. 

This course is developed and conducted without any endorsement by the BLSE or certification committees. This course is intended to provide a comprehensive review of the subject matter, and it may help candidates prepare for a certification examination. Those who have developed the program have no information regarding the examination content other than the information contained in the examination specifications that are also provided to each examinee. Candidates for certification who take this course should not assume that the course material will cover all topics on the examination or that the examination will cover all topics in the course material.

No CLE provided.

Program materials includes case summaries for ALL appellate Florida family opinions in 2020 and 2021.

Register Now! Please Note: All revenues benefit the Center for Child Counseling. No attorney involved in the production of this seminar receives any compensation whatsoever. They are doing this simply as a service to advance the profession.  All revenues generated benefit the Center for Child Counseling, Inc. a 501(3). 

Since 1999, Center for Child Counseling has been building the foundation for playful, healthful, and hopeful living for children, families, and communities. Services focus on preventing and healing the effects of adverse experiences, trauma, toxic stress on children, promoting resiliency and healthy family, school, and community relationships. For more information on Center for Child Counseling's mission to support vulnerable children and families, click here.