Association of Family and Conciliation Courts - Wisconsin Chapter
AFCC is an international professional organization that has been since its inception in 1963, the critical point of intersection for judicial officers, attorneys, and mental health professionals working with family court issues.
AFCC provides opportunities for cross-professional communication and training. Wisconsin AFCC has as its mission, to bring cutting edge interdisciplinary educational programs to our state, and to generate ideas to benefit high conflict families and children in the Wisconsin Courts system.
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The Wisconsin Chapter of AFCC received full Charter Chapter status from AFCC International on November 6, 2014.
It is a growing, inclusive community of interdisciplinary professionals dedicated to improving the family court system and its outcomes for children and their families. Members of the Wisconsin Chapter are judicial officers, attorneys, psychologist and other mental health professionals, Family Court Services professionals, mediators, evaluators, educators and program administrators.
The goals of the Wisconsin Chapter are:
1. To provide professionals throughout the state with education, communication, research, and a forum for exchange of ideas.
2. To identify and promote best practices.
3. To provide regional collaboration within the state, thereby increasing consistency in the policies, practices, and local rules of the family courts and related entities throughout the state.
Lynn, Galbraith-Wilson, Co-Chair
Daniel Bestul, Co-Chair
2019 Chair – Sally Danner
Josie Cusma, Co-Chair
Shelby Brandsma, Co-Chair
Policies and Procedures Committee:
Resource Development Committee
Past Presidents Advisory Committee:
Consists of all past presidents who are current members of AFCC WI
Past President: Christine Knudtson
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