Free Case Law Update CLE – Available Now!

Happy September 15th! Today is the launch of Season 2: Stephens' Squibs Monthly Family Law CLE, and we are giving away the first episode for FREE. We are confident that after you watch this, you will subscribe to our monthly subscription. 15 hours of Board Certification Accredited CLE for $300. To view CLE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ql-Hu7VwKEg To … Continue reading

4.5 Hours of CLE for FREE on 10/14/2021

The Center for Child Counseling, Inc. is proud to present its encore viewing of CfCC Presents: 2nd Annual Family Law Mental Health Summit on October 14, 2021. No registration needed. Click YouTube link below on October 14th at noon for access! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3QNMrN35yak CLE Credits: 4.5. General 0.5. Ethics 2.0 Mental Illness 2.0 Substance Abuse 4.5 … Continue reading

Season 2 of Stephens’ Squibs Monthly Family Law CLE launches September 15th!

Thank you to the Family Law Section of The Florida Bar for the inspiration for making this the best CLE series out there! ❤️ Divorce Professionals: 12 monthly Board Cert Accredited CLE’s. Over 15 hours for $300. 100% of revenues benefit Center for Child Counseling, Inc.! 1st episode available on demand September 15th! To register … Continue reading

CLE: ALPHABET SOUP: LGBTQ+ DIVERSITY, EQUALITY & INCLUSION (DEI) FOR THE FAMILY LAW PRACTITIONER

Date: September 9 Time: 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm EDT Program chairs: Caryn A. Stevens & Eddie Stephens This CLE is designed to help the Family Law Professional to increase their DEI acumen by orienting them to what diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) are all about. You’ll learn about common language and explore key concepts … Continue reading

Stephens’ Squibs Releases Humorous Attorney Apparel to Raise Funds for Charity

Every year we produce our "Upon the Advice of My Attorney My Shirt Has No Comment at This Time" humorous attorney shirt. This year we have them a #NoCompetition theme. 100% of proceeds are donated to the Center for Child Counseling, Inc. Please visit our store: https://dosomethingthatmatters.creator-spring.com/ 100% proceeds are donated to the Center for … Continue reading

There is No Competition – Stephens’ Squibs Monthly CLE begins 9/15

Our award winning monthly on demand CLE series premiered on demand September 15th! Get a new Family Law CLE EVERY month viewable at your convenience. 15 hours of guaranteed Board Cert accredited CLE for $300! 100% proceeds benefit the Center for Child Counseling. To register: https://tinyurl.com/StephensCLE2022-23 There is no competition. 🙂

Family Law Case Updates – July 2021

Registration for SEASON TWO of Stephens' Squibs Monthly Family Law CLE is filling up! Every month, you will have access to watch a new CLE on-demand (at your convenience) and we are guaranteeing a min of 15 Marital & Family Board Cert CLE Hours. People who registered for Season 1 received 18 hours of CLE! … Continue reading

Part 2 of the Lead the Fight Against ACEs AVAILABLE TO VIEW FOR FREE

Did you miss Part 2 of the Lead the Fight Against ACEs series produced by the Center for Child Counseling, Inc? Moderated by Eddie Stephens, Esq., the panelists explored effective strategies to promote resilience in childcare, school, and pediatric settings. The panelists included: Dr. Mimi Graham, Director of Florida State University Center for Prevention and … Continue reading

Family Law Case Updates – June 2021

CLICK HERE for registration for a YEAR of Stephens’ Squibs Monthly CLE Season 2 Editor: Caryn A. Stevens Associate Editor: Gina Szapucki Alimony: Gardi v. Gardi, 46 Fla.L.Weekly D1340 (Fla. 4th DCA 2021). Trial court affirmed for awarding three (3) years durational alimony in an eight (8) year marriage as opposed to permanent alimony when court was … Continue reading

Fighting ACE’s in Family Law and Creating a Trauma Informed Profession – *includes 1CLE and 1CFP

August 17, 2021 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm EDT CLICK HERE TO REGISTER “Exposure to Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) is the greatest unaddressed public health threat facing our nation today.” – Robert Block, MD, former president of the American Academy of Pediatrics. Sustained toxic stress early in life, without buffering relationships, can significantly alter the brain’s architecture, development, and … Continue reading