I have taught at numerous family law seminars over the years. I am always flattered when an organization asks me to teach regarding a topic of interest to them. Putting together the seminar materials and conferencing with other presenters helps keep me current. It also reminds me of why I have enjoyed practicing family law for 43 years. The more an attorney learns, the better the attorney is able to suggest solutions to help clients resolve their legal issues. There is no substitute for experience in family law. This week I am presenting at the monthly noon luncheon of the Family Law Section of the Colorado Bar Association. I look forward to seeing some of my colleagues and friends at that lunch.