ON DEMAND: How to Resolve Custody and Visitation Conflicts

Class recorded October 26, 2022

This class focuses on how to resolve custody and visitation conflicts with minimal or no conflict, even where there are allegations of abuse or neglect, the Dependency Court or Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) is involved or tensions are high.

Get your questions related to DCFS and Dependency Court answered, including how to contact the court-appointed attorney and what to expect during the hearings.

Class covers:

  • Establishing/modifying a child custody order
  • Connecting with a court-appointed attorney
  • Information on parental rights
  • How to request an ex parte (emergency) hearing
  • How to mediate conflicts and break cycles of violence and abuse

Presented by:

L Randy Drew, Executive Director, Southern California Family Mediation Inc. (https://dependencymediation.org/)


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