Cultural Competency in Family Practice (CCFP) is a California ( U.S.) educational project dedicated to the study of culture and its impact on the family law litigation. Is presented and sponsored by major public and private legal institutions. Conducts and contributes to seminars participated by family law judges, attorneys, psychologists and financial experts. Is organized by Abbas Hadjian, Esq., a California Certified Family Law Specialist, who may be reached at Twitter: @CCFP2014

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Marital difficulties and divorce issues among four growing California sub-cultures: Millennial Family: Moving Toward a Marriage-less Society; Coexistence of Tradition & Modernity: The Native American's Experience; War and Marriage: Service People's Other Battle Front; Multiple Parenting: Families With More Than Two Legal Parents To a Child; Lunch With Your Family Law Judge.

A joint effort of the Iranian-American Lawyers Association (IALA) and the University of West Los Angeles, School of Law (UWLA). Sponsored by the Family Law Sections of the State Bar of California (FLEXCOM), the Los Angeles County Bar Association (LACBA), the California Association of Certified Family Specialists (ACFLS), and the Continuing Education of the Bar (CEB).

Saturday, July 27, 2019, 8:30 AM to 4:00PM. 9800 S. La Cienega Blvd. (University of West Los Angeles, LAX Campus). Receive 6 hours of MCLE, Family Law Legal Specialization and General, including 3 hours of Special Credits. Parking, French Breakfast, and Persian Lunch (traditional and vegetarian) are included and provided free of charge.

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