The Taxation Committee serves as a source of tax knowledge, provides tax-related education for family lawyers, and assists in developing regulations, statutes and amendments to law to address tax-related problems in the area of family law.
The Trial Practice & Techniques Committee is concerned with developing and enhancing trial skills in divorce litigation.
The Trial Practice & Techniques committee leaders are responsible for producing the monthy Trial Practice brown bag series.
The Vulnerable Adults Committee studies and educates practitioners on family law issues related to older and/or disabled clients, including issues related to health care, long term care planning, retirement, guardianship, and Social Security.
Encourages the participation of the Section's young lawyer members and new lawyers to the field of family law in the Section of Family Law and in the community. The committee's goals are to assist young and new lawyers in advancing their family law careers and to expand their knowledge regarding family law. The committee also aims to teach young and new lawyers the operations of the Section of Family Law, and to get them actively involved within the Section of Family Law. In addition, the committee serves as the bridge for young and new lawyers to the Section of Family Law.