The Texas Chapter of AFCC is an interdisciplinary association of family law judges, attorneys, mediators, evaluators, court administrators, financial planners, and mental health professionals, working in collaboration to further ideas and issues to help resolve family conflict and protect the interests of families and children. The organization embraces the need to change some aspects of our adversarial family litigation system by challenging convention and providing opportunities for interdisciplinary communication and training for professionals who work in family law.
Members of AFCC and the Texas Chapter gather, in person and electronically, to exchange information, share perspectives and work collaboratively on projects.
AFCC promotes a collaborative approach to serving the needs of children among those who work in and with family law systems, encouraging education, research and innovation and identifying best practices.
There is no better way to keep pace with the rapidly changing environment for those who work with families in conflict than being an AFCC member. Your membership will provide you with the latest information, most knowledgeable resources and access to supportive colleagues, saving you valuable time and money.