AFCC Chapters

AFCC Chapters provide an opportunity for AFCC members to network and share their interdisciplinary view of family court matters on a local level. AFCC Chapters may sponsor roundtable discussions, conferences, newsletters and additional opportunities to get together with other AFCC members. All chapter members must belong to AFCC.

AFCC currently has chapters in the following states, Canadian provinces and Australia:

AFCC Networks

What is an AFCC Network?

In 2012, the AFCC Board of Directors established Networks in recognition of the numerous regions, states, provinces and countries that do not have the minimum of 75 AFCC members needed to establish a chapter in a state, province, or country outside North America. Groups of 25 AFCC members who wish to develop a local AFCC organization may form an AFCC Network. The purpose of a Network is to promote AFCC, its mission, culture and organization membership; to disseminate material of interest and to foster communication between members on matters of common interest in the arena of family law. If you would like more information about AFCC Networks, please contact AFCC Associate Director, Leslye Hunter.


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