Don't have $$$$ to hire a lawyer?
Need to request emergency or temporary orders in your divorce or child custody case ? Experiencing fear, chaos, and anxiety over trying to handle your case all alone?
Then this course is for YOU! This course is taught by me, Felicia, a long time family law attorney who has been helping women gain the confidence and skills they need to represent themselves in family court for over a decade. I saw a gaping hole in our system- women struggling through family court without help while the other party hired a lawyer to make your life miserable. I want to flip this power dynamic on it's head and put control back into the hands of those women. Women like YOU!
Why this course?
-Master what documents you need to file so the Judge and Clerk stop giving you THAT look (like "she's missing documents or filled out the paperwork wrong AGAIN....")
-Learn what constitutes an emergency in family court and what evidence you need to support your request.
-Draft your emergency and temporary orders requests using my step by step video so you file your paperwork correctly and expertly, with CONFIDENCE!
-File the paperwork correctly and get your hearing scheduled
-Serve the other party (and don't let them control your future!)
-and walk into that courtroom like a #BOSS, because that's what you are! Own it!
If you are finally ready to feel peace and stability, sign up today and have everyone saying #whatlawschooldidshegoto?
Why this course?
I saw a need in my community for people who could not afford a lawyer and had no one to guide or help them through their child custody or divorce. I want everyone to have the ability to effectively represent themselves in family court and to feel confident about protecting themselves and/or their children financially, emotionally, and physically.
In this course you will learn the difference between ex parte, emergency, and regular temporary orders motions in family court. You will learn which one applies to you, how to draft the documents, file them with the court, and serve them on the other party.
Hi, I’m Felicia, a seasoned litigator and long time family law attorney.
I decided to teach this course because after litigating hundreds of cases and handling thousands of hearings and trials, I've seen it all in family court. I've seen the tears, the frustration, the fear, and the joy. I've walked alongside hundreds of families in family court, and now I'm sharing my knowledge with you.
I primarily handle cases involving allegations of parental fitness, so I know exactly what the judges look for when making a determination on your case and what evidence you need to present to support your position. Not only do I handle this cases as a lawyer, but I represent children in these cases, and I am appointed by the Court as an investigator or Guardian Ad Litem to investigate allegations and make recommendations to the Court about parenting time and legal decision making.
I received my Juris Doctorate from Arizona State University College of Law, and my passion for helping marginalized persons led me to the practice of criminal defense, family law, and juvenile law. As a first year law student, I founded the organization 13-Advocacy against Sex Trafficking. This group assisted in the development of sex trafficking, sexual assault, and domestic violence training programs, organizing a free legal clinic at local hospitals, and worked with a number of state and non-profit agencies in Arizona.
Throughout my career, I have worked as a prosecutor, a victim advocate, a staff attorney at legal aid, and in private practice focusing on criminal, juvenile, and family law. I studied child abduction and Refugee law, Malta, as well as worked in the Philippines with persons involved with sexual and domestic violence, and child abuse.
I have helped many parents get their children back from the state after struggling with addiction or lack of parenting skills.
I was the 2016 Arizona Pro Bono Attorney of the year, I received the 2020 Kitsap County Young Lawyer's award, and I was listed as a 2021 Super Lawyer's Rising Star.
I have taught numerous seminars and CLEs on sex crimes, domestic violence, abuse and marginalized persons, and children with mental health diagnoses. I have also received national awards for my work with exploited persons and marginalized populations.
- What is an emergency in family court?
- What types of emergency and temporary orders motions are there?
- Drafting Motions for Ex Parte Emergency Court Orders
- Drafting Motions for Emergency Court Orders
- Drafting Motions for Non Emergency Temporary Orders
- Video on completing the paperwork (25:14)
- Filing your paperwork with the court
- Serving your paperwork on the other party (7:32)