"When You're Served, Not Dinner, But a Subpoena!"

  • 13 Mar 2015
  • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
  • Interface-Samaritan Counseling Center, 4803 San Felipe Street, Houston, TX 77056
  • 6


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"When You're Served, Not Dinner, But a Subpoena!"

Join HAMFT as Judy Nunn, Judge Bonnie Hellums & Carel Stith share practical and necessary information related to subpoenas, testifying and the AAMFT Code of Ethics!

Judy Nunn, MA, LMFT is a graduate of UHCL and has been a Marriage and Family Therapist for 32 years. She is a past President of HAMFT (1996).  She describes herself as a “sorter of Lego pieces by color” having no skills to assemble the actual Lego models and is learning to Laser Tag because she is GMOMMY the grandmother to grandsons ages 3 and 7!

Judge Bonnie Hellums graduated with a BA from SMU in psychology and religion and received her Master's degree from the University of Illinois in counseling and guidance. Her JD was earned from South Texas College of Law. Additionally, she completed all but a thesis on a Masters of Judicial Studies from the University of Nevada.
Judge Hellums has been Head of Women's Housing at UofH for 3 yrs, Dean of Students at Rice University for 15 years, practiced 10 years as a solo practice lawyer in family law and served 20 years as judge of 247th District Court, Family Intervention Court and Infant's and Toddlers Court.
More importantly, she is known as Granny to 9.5 kids, and partially retired!

Carel Stith is a graduate of the University of Nebraska and played professional football for the Houston Oilers. With an extensive business background and management experience, he graduated from the South Texas College of Law in 2001.  As an Attorney and COUNSELOR, his practice focuses primarily on family law, probate, and appointments to represent children in CPS cases or divorces and SAPCR's. 

Known "Big and handsome" to my 4 granddaughters and just "big" to my 5 grandsons.

As always, registration, lunch and networking are from noon-1:00 pm prior to our presentation!


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