Opposing the Self-Represented Litigant in Family Court
Parties who are self-representing make up the majority of family court litigants today. Attorneys in family court need to effectively oppose and work with self-represented parties to properly represent their own client, act ethically, and assist the court. The experience for the attorney, her client, and the self-represented party is fraught with potential pitfalls, but doesn’t need to be unduly adversarial. This webinar will explore skills and strategies that can make the experience better for all.
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Annette Burns is a Family Law Specialist and has practiced law in Arizona since 1984. She is the immediate past president of AFCC and has been a fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML) since 2001. She served on every committee and task force that created, revised and restyled the Arizona Rules of Family Law Procedure, from 2003 to the present. Annette is a co-author of the Arizona Family Law Rules Handbook for Thompson/ West publishers, updated annually. She maintains an ADR, family law and parenting coordinator practice in Arizona.