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Diamond Sponsor
Better co-parenting, happier kids.

With OFW, your schedule, expenses, and communication are contained within one app, so you can solve shared custody challenges faster and without confusion. That means less conflict and more energy to focus on your children. Powerful tools document your parenting time, reimbursement requests, payments, exchanges, and more.

Diamond Sponsor

With 55,000 custody cases each year that involve alcohol, parents, attorneys, and judges need a reasonable, trusted, and court-validated way to monitor alcohol consumption in real-time. In 2011, Soberlink revolutionized the way people can provide proof of sobriety without compromising child safety by creating the only system that combines:

•Court-admissibility in all 50 states
•Facial recognition
•Tamper detection
•Easy-to-read Advanced Reporting™

Today, 10,000+ Family Law Professionals across all 50 states have adopted the system—learn how to implement Soberlink into your own practice.

Diamond Sponsors

“The Family Law Firm That Cares” For over 60 years, Beermann LLP’s mission is to treat each client with respect, integrity, and high-quality client care while providing excellent results. Beermann consists of 40 plus top-tier lawyers who advocate for clients and families so that they can move on with their lives with dignity, peace of mind, and financial security.

From complex litigation to negotiated settlements to appeals, our deep bench, passionate and talented lawyers, years of experience, and reputation in courts are here to serve each of our valued clients.

Platinum Sponsor

Whether simply recommended, or mandated by the court as a support tool, has been proven to help families as they transition to a new normal. Contact us for your free administrative account. We look forward to partnering with you and be safe!

Platinum Sponsor

Designed to support you at every step, ADR Notable brings automation to the management of mediation. We listened to practicing mediators to build a secure, cloud-based platform that is easy to learn and intuitive to use. Billing & invoicing, requesting, and storing documents, firm administration, a term sheet editor, and our Noteboard that gives you an easier way to take notes are just a few of our features that make mediation management easy.

Gold Sponsor

High Conflict Institute specializes in:

1. Training for Professionals: to understand high conflict cases and manage them differently, which will result in better outcomes. 

2. Courses for Parents: to learn relationship and co-parenting skills, either on their own or with a counselor or coach trained in our New Ways for Families® method.

Get trained in our methods and use them with your clients and courtrooms, or refer clients to us to learn new skills for calming themselves, making decisions about high conflict dilemmas, and communicating with a challenging (high conflict) parent with EAR Statements (verbal) and BIFF Responses (writing). 

Gold Sponsor

The Center for Divorce Education is dedicated to strengthening families disrupted by divorce or separation. CDE develops and distributes evidence-based programs for parents and kids going through divorce and separation, including Children in Between Online, High Conflict Solutions, and our newest program, Children in Between: For Kids.

Gold Sponsor

Coparent Academy is an educational community that provides a new approach to coparenting built on our collective professional experience and peer-reviewed coparenting and child-development research. Our community presents life changing coparenting content through instructional videos, downloadable content, and a community platform dedicated to concrete solutions to the everyday problems of coparents doing their best to develop a healthy and safe environment for their children and themselves.

Silver Sponsor

Tony supports pre- and post-divorce parents with the education, processes, skills, and structures they need to transition from their intimate partner/spousal/adversarial relationship into new roles as managers of a business designed to respectfully coparent their children.  He models and facilitates respectful conversation between coparents with an eye toward developing alignment, and agreement where possible.  Failing that, Tony efficiently presents a reasoned (binding, subject to judicial review) recommendation in the best interest of the children. 

Silver Sponsor

The Center of Excellence for Children, Families, and the Law (CECFL) at William James College provides an array of services, including professional education, post-doctoral and APA internship training; forensic evaluation services; professional consultation and interventions for high conflict parents, all to promote multidisciplinary informed forensic practice and thoughtful jurisprudence for vulnerable children and families involved in the court system.  The Center of Excellence CECFL is just one of several dynamic forensic specialty services and forensic academic programs offered at William James College.  William James College is committed to training a diverse mental health workforce to meet the demands of a rapidly changing society.

Silver Sponsor

The Amicable Divorce Network is an association of seasoned, licensed professionals who are dedicated to helping reasonable people navigate the process of divorce. All network members are vetted to ensure that they are leading experts in their areas of practice and have demonstrated a dedication to the Amicable Divorce Process. Network members provide expert advice and guidance while avoiding traditional, destructive litigation.


PharmChem, Inc., is the manufacturer and sole source provider of the PharmChek® Drugs of Abuse Sweat Patch.

For over 30 years, the PharmChek® Drugs of Abuse Sweat Patch has been a successful and economical device for long-term and continuous drug testing that provides distinct advantages over urine, saliva, or hair testing.


Software for Divorce Professionals

  • Financial Affidavits
  • Child and Spousal Support
  • Defined Benefit Pension Valuation
  • Property Division
  • Negotiation Tools
  • Financial Planning

In Combative to Collaborative: The Co-parenting Code, parents learn how to:

  • Diffuse a co-parent’s snarky behavior and avoid triggering their hostility
  • Recognize their own combative behaviors and stop exhibiting them
  • Plan for co-parenting collaboration and success
  • Correct course when a relationship goes astray – even after many years of conflict! 

This Amazon bestselling book is a great companion to parent coaching efforts. Stop by for ***SPECIAL CONFERENCE PRICING***.

Teresa Harlow is an author, speaker, mediator, and AFCC member. She works with individuals and teams to transform combative relationships into collaborative partnerships by adopting an empathetic mindset and applying the Golden Rule.


The digital collaborative platform is designed to address the most challenging pain points of the day-to-day workflow for families and their divorce professionals. The beautifully designed user interface transforms the client-professional experience and reduces friction in the data and document gathering process. The visual presentation of the financial data allows clients to more easily access and understand the facts so they can better participate in the settlement process. Features include 1. Gentle client onboarding, 2. Bank sync technology, 3. Income & Expense reports, 4. Net Worth Reports, 5 fully robust Document Repository, and so much more.


Overcoming Barriers is dedicated to Rethinking Parent Child Contact problems and provides resources, consultation and education to professionals. Find more information about our work and latest publication, Overcoming the Alienation Crisis; 33 Coparenting Solutions on our website.

Family Transitions-Programs that Work LLC was developed to bring to the public evidence-based programs that have been scientifically demonstrated to produce positive outcomes for divorced and separated families. The major program we are now marketing is the online New Beginnings Program (eNBP) which has been found to reduce levels of interparental conflict, strengthen parent-child relationships and lower problem outcomes for children following divorce. 



USDTL is a specialty reference and research laboratory that uses the best science available to provide our partners with ground-breaking, advanced specimen alcohol and substance of abuse testing for any stage of life (newborn, children, and adult). We are a leader in the field of forensic toxicology and provide the most complete drug analysis and specimen alternatives available. We believe that better options lead to better knowledge. For more information, visit us at or call 800.235.2367.


Settify is the global leader in client intake systems for family law firms. Designed by family lawyers, Settify intelligently interacts with prospective clients, gently guiding them as they start their matter at any time that suits them. Settify integrates seamlessly with most practice management systems to win back administration time, increase billable hours, and significantly improve accuracy and efficiency for lawyers. At the same time, clients benefit from obtaining instant and meaningful information relevant to their matter. Settify helps you to have brilliant first meetings. Every time.


Rainbows for All Children is an international non-profit that trains volunteers worldwide to lead age-specific peer support groups for youth ages 3-18 grieving a lost or missing family member due to divorce/separation, death, deployment, deportation, incarceration, or other life-altering trauma. Groups typically meet weekly for 14 weeks. Rainbows’ “Children and Teens Speak” program has been part of the Cook County Family Courts for the past seven years and provides youth a four-hour “intensive” of activities, discussion, and coping strategies to positively deal with the changes in their family.


Redefining Normal’s mission is to redefine cultural practices to inspire conversations on trauma and generational patterns to create a life worth living through intentionality, vulnerability, perseverance and interdependence. Along with being recognized as part of Forbes Next 1000, the best-selling book, Redefining Normal: How Two Foster Kids Beat The Odds and Discovered Healing, Happiness and Love is an eleven-time award-winning piece. Since 2020, Redefining Normal has impacted more than 15,000 people through products and services including over 200 presentations, workshops, and keynotes.


SVN is an international non-profit membership organization consisting of a network of agencies and individuals who are interested in ensuring that children can have safe, conflict-free access to parents with whom they do not reside when there is family conflict, or it is deemed that a parent's access to a child should be supervised.

Our vision: The Supervised Visitation Network champions a world in which all vulnerable families have access to safe and quality visitation services.

The Center for Achieving Balance/PB Associates

Our mission at the Center for Achieving Balance is to support children and families in a sensitive and compassionate manner as they strive to achieve a sense of mental wellness and repair their relationships. The Center works to support children and families as they overcome adversity, build resilience, and make connections one family at a time. The Center for Achieving Balance offers individual, couples, and family counseling. In addition, the Center staff work to support and reunite families where there are parent child contact problems.


Lori Bonnevier is a licensed clinical social worker, seasoned evaluator, mediator, counselor, parent coordinator, best interest consultant, custody evaluation coach, author, and educator.

A limited number of this Amazon #1 bestselling book, You Don’t Have to Crush Your Ex: Hints Hacks and Hell No’s to ‘Win’ Your Child Custody Evaluation, will be available at special conference pricing.  Please stop by and meet the author, get some freebies, and grab your copy!

Parents Learn How To:

  • Present their best self to a child custody evaluator
  • Protect their child’s emotional health and well-being
  • Keep their sanity and thrive on the other side
  • Discern which attorneys will hurt or help their efforts
  • Acquire resources to manage specific challenges
  • Save their family time and money

APFM is the premier organization for divorce and family mediators. 

From distinguished family mediation pioneers to new mediators beginning their careers, we are an Academy of Professional Family Mediators committed to supporting the work of all family mediators and advancing the field of family mediation. Membership in APFM brings together the collective wisdom of professional family mediation practitioners, researchers and educators. APFM offers various levels of membership, ranging from new mediators to those who have practiced for many years. APFM recognizes the diversity within families and encourages professional development in a wide range of areas of family mediation practice. We welcome you to join us. 


The ABA Section of Dispute Resolution aims to provide members with accessible, relevant and cutting-edge information, practice tips and skill-building opportunities in the field of dispute resolution. We are a vibrant forum for networking, professional development, and research that bridges together unique and diverse perspectives that includes mediators, arbitrators, academia, ombuds, law students and other dispute resolution professionals. 


The Academy is Credentialing body that signifies its Fellows represent the “gold standard” in family law.  We are a source of confidence and assurance. Based on our organizational history, thought leadership, prestige and caliber of our members, engaging an AAML Fellow is a smart, no-risk, high-return choice for all issues related to family law.   In a complex and often overwhelming marketplace at a critical, stressful time for all parties, AAML is the name to know. 


The International Academy of Collaborative Professionals (IACP) is the largest community of Collaborative legal, mental health, and financial professionals working in concert to create client-centered processes for resolving conflict, with members in 26 countries. Through developing and distributing educational and networking resources and opportunities, IACP works to create a global community of consensual dispute resolution professionals committed to transforming the way families and professionals resolve conflict by making the Collaborative Process method of dispute resolution accessible internationally in a way that promotes equity and inclusion.


The ABA Section of Family Law was formed in 1958 out of a need to respond to the changing dynamics of family life in the United States.  These dynamics included the dissolution of marriage and its repercussions on all affected parties-husband, wives, and children. 

Today, ABA Family Law Section membership includes lawyer, associate and law student members across the country and worldwide.  These members are dedicated to serving the field of family law in areas such as assisted reproductive technologies, adoption, divorce, custody, and military family law, as well as dealing with legal problems arising from the family relationship of married persons, parent(s) and child, grandparents, step-parents and children, including family-type relationships which are non-marital. 


The Association for Conflict Resolution (ACR) is a professional organization enhancing the practice and public understanding of conflict resolution.  We are an international professional association of mediators, arbitrators, educators, and other conflict resolution practitioners. ACR members work in a wide range of settings throughout the United States and around the world.  Our multicultural and multidisciplinary organization, with 13 practice area sections and 8 regional chapters, offers a broad umbrella under which all forms of dispute resolution practice find a home. 


The National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ) is the oldest judicial membership organization in the country and provides all judges, courts, and related agencies involved with juvenile, family, and domestic violence cases with the knowledge and skills to improve the lives of the families and children who seek justice. The vital and important work of the NCJFCJ began in 1937 when a group of judges came together looking to improve the effectiveness of the nation’s juvenile courts. During the past 85 years, the NCJFCJ has sought to address the myriad issues in juvenile and family justice courts. For those involved with juvenile, family, and domestic violence cases, the NCJFCJ provides the resources, knowledge, and training to improve the lives of families and children seeking justice.