Starting or establishing a professional practice is a frightening and daunting task to any professional. Whether starting on your own from the beginning or going out on your own from a group practice, it can be terrifying. We will discuss some of the challenges starting that new practice; how to create need for your services; how to share the load; building a peer group; and, engaging in the professional activities that go on in your community
This is a free to AFCC E2M members. There are no continuing education credits for this webinar.
Larry V. Swall, JD is Executive Director of M.A.R.C.H., Inc. (Mediation Achieving Results for Children) and a family attorney in Liberty, Missouri, with Larry V. Swall & Associates, LLC. He is a graduate of the University of Kansas School of Law, 1990, where he also did his masters work in philosophy, and San Diego State University, where he earned his BA in Philosophy in 1987. His private practice is concentrated in areas of family law and domestic relations, including family mediation and parenting coordination. Mr. Swall was honored in 2009 by the Missouri Bar Association with the President's Award for Distinguished Service to the Bar and the Roger P. Krumm Family Law Practitioner of the Year Award. Mr. Swall is a member of the Missouri Bar Family Law Section, serving as Chair, as well as serving on the Family Law Legislative Review Committee and the CLEW Committee; he was Planning Chair for the Missouri Bar Annual Family Law Conference for seven years beginning in 1999; and a member of the Missouri Supreme Court Child Support Guidelines Review Committee 2008 and 2009. Mr. Swall is a past president and founding member of the Missouri Chapter of AFCC