This annual presentation is headlined by some of NJ’s top judges and family law attorneys.
New Brunswick, NJ, USA – The New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education will host its annual Hot Tips in Family Law seminar on October 9, 2023. This year’s seminar, themed “Are the Kids Alright?” is dedicated to providing innovative and unconventional solutions to intricate family law situations, focusing on child custody. The event brings together New Jersey’s leading attorneys and judges to share invaluable insights and best practices for effectively managing the challenging field of family law. Among the distinguished panel of experts, ARBM’s partner and shareholder, Thomas Roberto, will discuss creative parenting time solutions.
Creative parenting time solutions underscore the significance of finding inventive approaches for parents to maintain meaningful relationships with their children while navigating the complexities of separation or divorce. This approach acknowledges that traditional parenting plans may not suit every family’s needs and aims to discover methods to simplify and enhance the parenting process for all parties involved.
“I look forward to discussing perhaps the most challenging and important topic for families going through divorce or separation: their children. Having a platform for legal experts to share their experiences and knowledge on unique custody issues and creative parenting time arrangements helps us as practitioners to assist our clients in ensuring they maintain consistent time and relationships with their children,” shares Roberto.
About Thomas Roberto, Esq. – Partner/Shareholder
A highly sought family law attorney, Roberto advocates on behalf of clients throughout the state of New Jersey, helping them resolve their unique legal issues. Tom is a member of the Family Law Section Executive Committee of the New Jersey State Bar Association and former Co-Chair of the Young Lawyers’ Subcommittee of the Family Law Section. He is also an acting managing editor of the New Jersey Family Lawyer, a publication of the Family Law Section. He has lectured on numerous family law topics for NJICLE and other professional organizations throughout New Jersey. He served as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable Terrence R. Cook, J.S.C., Superior Court of New Jersey, Chancery Division, Family Part. Tom resides with his wife and two children in South Jersey.
About the New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education:
The New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education is a leading organization committed to delivering high-quality education and resources to legal professionals, ensuring their continuous growth and expertise in the ever-evolving field of family law.