About Child Custody, Support & Visitation Self-Representation
Attorney Andrea Schneider hosts a legal workshop that teaches attendees about the “nuts and bolts” of a typical child custody, visitation, and child support case. The goal of the workshop is teaching people how to self-represent during their cases, giving them more control of the process and also helping them reduce legal fees. The core workshops she hosts are so popular that she also hosts helpful introductory workshops for people who are interested in self-representation but are not sure yet if it is right for them.
You can call to get specifics about her 2-hour workshops if you are interested in attending. This introductory workshop is hosted once a month, making it simple for you to find one that fits your schedule.
For only $99, you can attend the 2-hour introductory workshop and learn about:
- Overview of child custody, visitation, and child support case procedures that everyone should know.
- Legal pointers for people with pending or ongoing custody, visitation, and child support cases.
- How to self-represent yourself in your child custody, support, or visitation case to save time and legal fees.
- Key details of the full 3-day workshop offered by Attorney Schneider (https://www.andreaschneider.us/workshop/).
The full 3-day workshop is a must-attend for anyone who is considering self-representation for their child custody, visitation, or support case. Attendees are given foundational knowledge that will help them appear before Family Court Services (FCS) and a family law judge. The first session discusses filings and paperwork; the second, preparing for FCS; and the third, court preparations.
If you don’t think you can attend the full workshop or if you are still wondering if self-representation is the right choice, then the 2-hour introductory workshop will be a big help. You can contact Andrea for the upcoming dates, too. Hopefully Attorney Schneider will see you there!
For more information about the introductory workshop or the full 3-day workshop, call the Law Office of Andrea Schneider at . You can also use an online contact form, if preferred, and someone from the firm will get back to you as soon as possible.