Crowne Plaza Hotel
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Foster City, CA 94404

Please join the Family Law Section on Friday, July 12, 2019 for a presentation on the new features of OurFamilyWizard by Matthew Havrevold.

The OurFamilyWizard app (OFW) is frequently included in parenting agreements as a way to reduce litigation and improve family outcomes. Learn how OFW can simplify co-parenting communication and streamline the work of practitioners.

This presentation will advise family law professionals of communication technology ordered by the court in high conflict custody and visitation matters. Professionals will learn how they can stay informed of co- parent communication through the use of online tools. Each attendee will receive examples of agreements and court orders currently used to specify parent and professional use of OFW, as well as a full demonstration of the available features.

Four Learning Objectives

  1. Familiarize attendees with the OFW toolset for parents. Analyze the interface and the ways built-in rules create a framework for amicable communication in a variety of case types.
  2. Recognize documents that may be presented as evidence in the courtroom.
  3. Examine court order and agreement examples, including relevant appellate decisions.
  4. Learn how attorneys, special masters, minor’s counsel, mediators, and other professionals may work with and assess family needs utilizing these online tools.

Matthew Havrevold is a Professional Liaison with the OurFamilyWizard website. He attended the University of Minnesota where he graduated in 2008 with degrees in Journalism and Business. After graduating he worked in the legal software industry as both a manger and business liaison for 5 years before joining the OurFamilyWizard website in February 2014. He now travels the country meeting with courts and family law practitioners to discuss the various parenting issues in family law and to educate them on OurFamilyWizard’s specific features and best uses for facilitating communication in high conflict parenting scenarios. Matt has presented many MCLE trainings for different bar associations and family law organizations around the country and abroad.

One hour of MCLE Credit will be provided for attendance.

Cost: $45 for Family Law Section members and $55 for non-section members.

Registration: Please log-in on the SMCBA website to register for this event. If you wish to pay by check, please send your check payable to SMCBA, to: 333 Bradford St., Ste. 200, Redwood City, CA 94063. Attn: Events.

If you are sending a check, make sure to note what event you are paying for and the name of the attendee. No refunds for cancellations less than 24 hours prior to event time.

*Please note: Registration closes on Tuesday, July 09, 2019.