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BIDC Program


The BIDC is committed to providing relevant and high-quality information to professionals working in the field of divorce.

Attendees may receive CEU or CLE credits. For professionals who are not social workers or lawyers, a contact hour certificate is also awarded.

If you need any assistance registering for programs, please call 720-593-8992 or email us.

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AFCC PRE Guidelines by Kate McNamara

Boulder Courthouse Jury Room 1777 6th St, Boulder, CO

Presented by: Kathleen McNamara, PhD   The new "AFCC Guidelines for Parenting Plan Evaluation in Family Law Cases" are an update to the 2006 "Model Standards for Practice of Child Custody Evaluation."   Dr. McNamara was the Reporter for the task force that developed the Guidelines.  She will discuss how the Guidelines were developed, what they mean […]

Ethical & Effective Communications with the Court

Boulder Courthouse Jury Room 1777 6th St, Boulder, CO

  This program will cover Ethical and Effective Communication by attorneys and mental health professionals.  Understanding what you can and can’t say, should and shouldn’t say, and why these other professionals are communicating as they are.  If we understand each other’s ethical guidelines, we can better work together for effective communication. REBECCA M. PEPIN, ATTORNEY […]