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How and Why to Communicate with Parties and the Court

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It feels like I am forever being asked why a person or family with an interest in a child, like a foster parent, doesn’t know about a court date; or isn’t asked about how the child is doing in their home; or isn’t informed about changes in the child’s life, including even a change in placement. Join to learn how to advocate for yourself and the child and get a road map and tips on How and Why to Communicate with Parties and the Court.

Presented by: Ashley Willcott

J.D., Certified Child Welfare Law Specialist

Top Legal Analyst, Consultant, Juvenile Court Judge &Trial Attorney
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  • Lesson
    53:47
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Student Ratings & Reviews

4.8
Total 85 Ratings
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EB
2 months ago
Excellent training.
Great course!
Great information
Good info
Helpful information.
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Dianne Spyridon
2 years ago
Good information.
Really liked this judge and the great information she presented. Gave court in a couple days so some good reminders of how to advocate.
great training
A
2 years ago
great
Thomas Flowers
2 years ago
Excellent information.
Good
Interesting
RS
2 years ago
Great to know we have a voice
M
2 years ago
NA
The material was spot on
Wonderful Information
Very informative. Great information on how to advocate for the child when it comes to the law/courts.
J
2 years ago
Good information
Great course with helpful info!
4
O
2 years ago
Great Resource
basic but good
This course was very informative

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