The Wisconsin Inter-Professional Committee on Divorce (WIPCOD) was founded in 1978

by a group of Family Court professionals in Wisconsin and Minnesota.  WIPCOD organized during a period of legislative changes that altered how families interacted with the family courts.

As families increasingly rely on family court services, WIPCOD is dedicated to bringing professionals together to foster on-going learning and growth.  This ultimately leads to better services for families involved in this system.

WIPCOD is comprised of professionals from several different fields. From mediators and mental health professionals, to judges and lawyers, all of our members share a common desire to help our clients deal with the changes in their families.

 

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May 3, 2018

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8:15 - 8:30 AM
Welcome and Introduction of Scholarship Recipients and Speaker
8:30-10:00 AM
Dr. Kenneth Robinson-Understanding the Sweeping Effects of the Opioid Epidemic: Best Treatment Outcomes
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Morning Break
10:15- 12:00 PM
Dr. Kenneth Robinson-Understanding the Sweeping Effects of the Opioid Epidemic: Best Treatment Outcomes
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Lunch Provided
1:00- 2:30 PM
Dr. Jim Harris- Understanding the Effects on Children of Living in an Environment with Addiction
2:30-2:45 PM
Afternoon Break
2:45-4:30 PM
Dr. Jim Harris- Understanding the Effects on Children of Living in an Environment with Addiction
4:45 PM
Hospitality and Networking - Ivory Coast Lounge

May 4, 2018

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WIPCOD, helping to ensure that professionals working in Family Court  have access to advanced continuing education, led by experts in the field.

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STEVE BOLDA MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIPS

In memory of Steve Bolda (1958-2011), WIPCOD offers a number of scholarships every year in memory of Steve Bolda.  Steve was a longtime board member of WIPCOD and employed by Dodge County Family Court Services for 24 years both as a mediator and later as director.  Steve was skilled at putting people at ease and worked with many families over the span of his thirty + year career.  He had an infectious smile and an unforgettable grin.  Steve was always willing to take time to talk with people and he enjoyed taking on challenges. 

Steve lived life to the fullest as he enjoyed his family, golf, softball, fishing, camping, boating and music.  He was dedicated to the WIPCOD goal of professional networking to foster ongoing learning and growth in their careers.  We are honored to offer these scholarships to continue this tradition of educating and connecting people.  

 

In honor of Steve’s commitment to providing excellent, low-cost and cutting edge educational experiences for graduate students and professionals assisting families through family court, we proudly offer scholarships to first time attendees. These awards cover conference registration fees, materials for the conference, lunch, snacks and even complimentary appetizers during the Thursday evening social hour.

  

To apply for a scholarship please send a brief letter describing how attending the conference will enhance your work with family court. Also include whether you are requesting a 1 or 2-day scholarship.

 

Letters should be sent by March 1, 2020 to:

Paul Schroth, Director

Outagamie County Family Court Services

320 South Walnut Street

Appleton,  WI 54911-5985

OR by Email at:

Paul.Schroth@outagamie.org

One or two day judicial scholarships are available, contact Paul for more information at 920-832-5197

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