Webinar Registration – Divorce + Breastfeeding: Legal and Practical Considerations


divorce + BREASTFEEDING: Legal and practical considerations

17 October 2018 | nicole quallen

Registration is now open for the webinar, Divorce + Breastfeeding: Legal and Practical Considerations, as part of the 2018-2019 La Leche League International Webinar Series.

During this informative webinar, Nicole Quallen, a North Carolina-based, collaborative family lawyer and mediator, addresses four questions of divorce from a legal standpoint: custody, child support, spousal support and equitable distribution. She also guides Leaders and non-Leaders on how to advocate for a breastfeeding mother, and how separation agreements, custody and litigation can impact breastfeeding time.

Nicole currently works with divorcing families exclusively outside of the court system. Her firm provides families with respectful divorces that help preserve a co-parenting relationship, avoid traumatic conflict, and begin two new healthy households.

Disclaimer regarding legal advice: The law is always complicated, and the way the law works with each family will depend on the country, state, county and specific details of the family’s situation. Nothing in this presentation can be taken as legal advice for you, parents, Leaders, families or any clients of LLLI. Nicole will give an overview of U.S. family law (rooted specifically in North Carolina law), which should be helpful and informative, and encourage individuals to seek the counsel of a local family lawyer to help them navigate through their specific case.

This webinar is available only in English.

This webinar is eligible for 1 E-CERPs credit.

Please make use of the pause, rewind and fast-forward buttons.

Available for viewing 17 October – 13 November 2018

Registration Fees:

Leaders and Leader Applicants– Webinar without 1 E-CERPs: $8.50

Non-Leaders/Non-Leader Applicants – Webinar without 1 E-CERPs: $15.50

Webinar with 1 E-CERPs: $22.50

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Any breastfeeding advocates who deal with new families must have a working knowledge of sexual abuse as well as a trauma-informed approach in order to effectively support breastfeeding families.

Learn how abuse can impact ability and desire to breastfeed, red flags that could indicate a history of sexual abuse and practical tools to support all families in a thoughtful way.

Register here: https://www.llli.org/webinar-registration-when-breast-isnt-best/