9th Annual Case Law Update CLE (webinar) this Thursday at Noon

9th Annual Case Law Update 2 hours of Family Board Cert approved CLE (including 0.5 ethics) for only $125 sponsored by Family Law Section of The Florida Bar!!!! To register: https://goo.gl/4bAw5Y Don't miss Florida Bar board-certified marital and family lawyers Eddie Stephens and Ralph White presenting the 9th Annual Case Law Update this Thursday, September 20th, from noon to 2 p.m. … Continue reading

Stephens’ Squibs – August 2018

Stephens' Squibs Updates; September 20, 2018 – 9th Annual Florida Family Case Law Update with Eddie Stephens and R.T. White - Click here to register. Eddie Stephens nominated for Volunteer of the Year.  Click here for more info. January 11, 2019 – Family Law Mental Health Summit – $250 Pre-Accreditation Registration Rate ends soon!  Click here … Continue reading

Stephens’ Squibs – July 2018

NEWS & UPCOMING EVENTS: September 20, 2018 - 9th Annual Florida Family Case Law Update with Eddie Stephens and R.T. White Eddie Stephens nominated for Volunteer of the Year. January 11, 2019 - Family Law Mental Health Summit - EARLY REGISTRATION ENDS 9/4 at Midnight!!! JULY SQUIBS: Attorneys’ Fees: D’Anna v. Ackerman, 43 Fla.L.Weekly D1579 … Continue reading

Family Law Mental Health Summit Faculty and Program Announced!

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER $250 PRE-ACCREDITATION REGISTRATION ENDS UPON OBTAINING ACCREDITATION FOR COURSE!   Center for Child Counseling’s 1st Annual Family Law Mental Health Summit PROGRAM Registration Welcome / Introductions Impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences on Family Law (Eddie Stephens, Esquire* and Renee Layman, LMHC) History of Trauma Informed 15th Judicial Circuit (Peggy Rowe-Linn, Esquire*) Mental … Continue reading

CfCC Family Law Mental Health Summit January 11, 2019

I am proud to announce that the Center for Child Counseling is hosting their 1st Annual Family Law Mental Health Summit at the Kelsey Theater (Lake Park, Florida) on January 11, 2019. We are still seeking Florida Bar CLE accreditation and expect 6.0 CLE hours (including one hour of ethics). The focus of the summit … Continue reading

Eddie Stephens Nominated for Volunteer of the Year

Eddie Stephens, along with 24 other individuals, have been nominated to receive Nonprofits First, "Hats Off NonProfit" Volunteer of the Year Award. The winner will be announced on October 2, 2018 at the Hats Off Nonprofit Awards at the Harriet Himmel Theater in City Place, West Palm Beach, Florida.  Tickets can be purchased here. Proceeds raised from … Continue reading

“Peaceful Universe” Fundraiser for Kelsey Cares

  CLICK HERE TO BUY A SHIRT AND SUPPORT KELSEY CARES    CLICK HERE TO BUY TANK TOPS, MUGS OR TOTES           A design I created called "peaceful universe" is being used for a fundraiser where 100% of proceeds will be donated to Kelsey Cares. Lots of t-shirt designs and colors to … Continue reading

Stephens’ Squibs – June 2018

Click Here to Register for Case Law Update CLE Alimony: Castleman v. Bicaldo, 43 Fla.L.Weekly D1256 (Fla. 4th DCA 2018).  Court cannot award durational alimony for a period longer than the marriage. Kurtanovic v. Kurtanovic, 43 Fla.L.Weekly D1194 (Fla. 1st DCA 2018).  Trial Court cannot obligate estate to pay obligor’s alimony after obligor’s death in … Continue reading

9th Annual Florida Family Case Law Update with Eddie Stephens and R.T. White

Join Eddie Stephens, Esquire and Ralph T. White as they provide an update of published Florida family law cases.  Participants will received 2 Marital and Family Law Certification Hours and 1/2 ethics credit and were treated to an an update of published Florida family law since January 1, 2018. This two hour presentation will included a … Continue reading

How Collaborative Law Can Fail the Litigator

An eye-opening look at how the collaborative law process could fail both litigators and their clients. Originally published in Divorce Magazine. By Eddie Stephens, Esquire For 20 years, I have guided families through the painful and often complicated process of separating married couples when they make the decision to divorce. Our traditional divorce jurisprudence as placed … Continue reading