Florida Supreme Court’s Commission on Access to Civil Justice members announce new mobile device app for family law help
Who: Gregory W. Coleman, Chair of the Access Commission’s Executive Committee
What: Media Availability to discuss the work of the Florida Commission on Access to Civil Justice
When: 11:30 a.m., Friday, December 15
Where: Horizon Grand Ballroom, Hotel Duval, 415 N. Monroe Street, Tallahassee
Streaming: Media availability at 11:30 a.m. and Commission meeting at 1 p.m. aired on The Florida Channel on cable systems and streaming at thefloridachannel.org.
Gregory W. Coleman, Executive Committee Chair of the standing Commission on Access to Civil Justice and a West Palm Beach attorney, will lead a media availability to discuss the continuing work of the Commission ahead of its meeting that day in Tallahassee.
Coleman will announce a Commission initiative, a new mobile device app to help Floridians who represent themselves in court on family law matters such as divorce, child custody, name changes and orders of protection. Judges and other court personnel are set to address the Commission on family law issues as part of a panel discussion scheduled for the afternoon after the Commission is introduced to the features of the new app.
The Commission works to address the barriers of access to civil justice faced by hundreds of thousands of Floridians.