The BIDC is committed to providing relevant and high-quality information to professionals working in the field of divorce. Programs may be purchased individually or at a reduced cost if purchased in a package.
Mary N. Street, Katherine Powers and Donna M. Lyle present on recent Child Support and Tax related issues.
Recognizing and Reporting Child Sexual Abuse, Handling Disclosures, and the Basics of Mandated Reporting
Gretchen Fair, LCSW from the Blue Sky Bridge in Boulder will be discussing topics about child sexual abuse.
This program is a great opportunity for CFI’s and PRE’s to get started on meeting the training requirements necessary under the new legislation taking effect January 1, 2022 (HB21-1228).
Welcome to the incoming University of Colorado Law Class of 2024! The BIDC is excited to be hosting its annual orientation table to share information about our organization. Make sure to stop by and introduce yourself. We are offering a special student membership rate of just $10.
Julianna Bellipanni, Arlene Brugel and Rachel Russell (from Boulder Voices for Children) will offer updates and changes in supervised parenting regarding the terminology, different services, therapeutic and coaching options, safety features, location and facility features, substance use monitoring, Spanish language services and fee structures.
Apart from the marital residence, retirement accounts are often the most important assets that are divided in a divorce and the most tricky to divide correctly. This is such a critical issue that many seasoned divorce attorneys rely upon retirement division experts to assist with this task.
BIDC is excited to present a half-day zoom webinar on retirement division in which all of your retirement plan division questions can be answered by experts.
Tani Papp, the Pro Se Litigant Coordinator for the 20th Judicial District and Jaime Watman, the Family Court Facilitator for the 20th Judicial District discuss pro se litigant issues and resources.
Ms. Aitken will provide her Annual Family Law Case Review on both Published and Unpublished Opinions from 2020 and 2021 from her practice as an appellate lawyer. This program will discuss how current and future appellate cases can shape your Family Law practice moving forward.
4th Annual Courtroom Bootcamp. A remote “mock trial” type workshop in which CFIs, PREs, and other professionals will have the chance to practice testifying and attorneys will have the chance to practice direct and cross examination of experts.