At Columbia Family Law Group, LLC, we are committed to not only staying up to date with current changes in the law but also to giving back to our community. We believe in developing a better family law bar by encouraging other attorneys to become more educated in the area of family law and we also believe in sharing our knowledge with others. What follows is a list of our recent events with handouts related to each event as well as upcoming events. If you are interested in having us speak to your group contact us today for more information. Attorneys, Therapists, and Mediators interested in attending regular meetings for the Mid-Missouri Mediators Group, please contact Amy Salladay directly at the firm.
Divorce Care: Benefits of Mediation - February 26, 2013
Couples seeking the smoothest and least stressful path through divorce can often benefit from alternative dispute resolution strategies such as mediation, which enables them to retain control over the outcome of the divorce process by negotiating an out-of-court settlement.
How to Recognize, Respond and Report Child Abuse - June 28, 2012
A seminar to help licensed daycare providers take actions to protect the children entrusted to their care.
Women's Leadership Conference 2012
Amy Salladay presented to college girls from Stephen's College, Columbia College, and the University of Missouri-Columbia on what it's like to be a female attorney running her own business and balancing work-family life as part of the annual Women's Leadership Conference held in Columbia, Missouri each year.
How to Recognize, Respond, and Report Child Abuse-November, 2011
Our firm presented a program regarding recognizing, responding and reporting child abuse to approximately 90 licensed daycare providers in Columbia, Missouri. A family therapist and case worker from Children's Division of Boone County, Missouri presented and answered questions to daycare providers about recognizing and reporting child abuse.
Tana Benner and Amy Salladay presented a program on contracts, corporation formation and basic employment law to small business owners as part of the Missouri Small Business & Technology Center.
Tax Consequences related to Family Law cases-June, 2011
Continuing legal education program presented to attorneys and accountants related to tax consequences involving divorce, maintenance, business valuations, and other issues that come up in family law cases.
Child Interviews in Family Court-November, 2010
Continuing legal education program presented to approximately 60 attorneys regarding child interviews in family court. Speakers included a court appointed Guardian ad Litem, two family court judges, and a family therapist from Columbia, Missouri.
DivorceCare Class - September 3, 2013
- Topic: Benefits of Mediation
Mid-Missouri Mediators Meeting - September 26, 2013
- Event will be held at Stephens Lake Park at 5:30 p.m.