I once heard a longtime Family Court judge tell a roomful of teachers that it was the teacher’s testimony that she valued the most in a custody dispute. “Oftentimes,” the judge told them, “the teacher is the only objective witness—the only one whose sole interest is the child.”
That may be true, but still, it is stressful when school officials get brought into a family dispute over custody, or access, or attendance at meetings, or who can have lunch with the child.
That’s why our firm is offering an audio conference on this subject:
ALL IN THE FAMILY: DEALING WITH FAMILY LAW ISSUES THAT IMPACT SCHOOL DISTRICTS
Attorneys Elizabeth Neally and Leandra Ortiz will present this audio conference on November 10 at 10:00 a.m. This is an excellent opportunity for your staff to receive up to date training on this complex area of law. Go to the firm’s website to sign up: www.walshgallegos.com.
DAWG BONE: IF YOU’RE A CAMPUS ADMINISTRATOR YOU NEED TO KNOW THE BASICS OF FAMILY LAW.