Ongoing Events:

“Lunch & Learn” Hosted by Family Courts Services at the Courthouse Center, 11th Floor, 175 NW First Ave, Miami, FL 33128: Once a month except during the summer.  Topics vary, CLEs for lawyers (usually 2 CLE credits).  Bring your lunch. Contact Elaine Alvarez, EAlvarez@jud11.flcourts.org, to get on their mailing list.

April 19, 2017 – Understanding Unified Family Court

 

 


March 2017

KidSide Reception – 3/30/2017 5:00 pm – 7:00 p.m La Loggia Restaurant 68 W Flagler St, Miami, FL 33130

August 2014

New- Chief Judge Soto issues Status-Quo Temporary Domestic Relations Order for all cases with or without children (divorce and paternity).

Click on the link below to download a copy, or visit the site for the Eleventh Judicial Circuit.

8.14.14 ADMIN ORDER RE STATUS QUO

March 2014

The Florida Bar’s Tech Tips Pages was updated on 3/11/2014 to add tips for Microsoft Office. The page includes some highlights on using Fastcase, which is legal research provided free to Florida Bar members; and tips internet connectivity and security, among other things.

Feb 2013

On Wednesday, Feb 13th, Dade Legal Aid is presenting this seminar:

21st Annual Nuts & Bolts of Divorce

Topics include e-filing pleadings and discovery. Link is to their Registration page.

01/18/2013

 

“What Florida Lawyers Need to Know About e-Filing and e-Service.”

 

Page at The Florida Bar, from LOMAS.  Includes printable PDFs on e-Filing and e-Service, information on two free, online CLE courses on these topics and additional references to other resources.

 

10/12/2012

 

 

Lawyers To The Rescue – a humanitarian organization, founded by lawyers but non-lawyers can also join.

03/23/2010

Discussing The practice of law in the 21s-Century – The 21st-century solo21st-century solo, a chain blog-post-part ii; 21st-Century Solo, Keeping the Conversation Going.

02/05/2011

Improve Your World – has nothing to do with legal stuff.

10/6/10:

Free CLE from The Florida Bar on New Rule 2.420

05/12/10:

House Bill 907 – Statutory changes regarding Alimony and Child Support.
Link takes you directly to Florida House website.

 

 

Comments are closed.