Our Mission

The Florida Chapter of the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts (FLAFCC) is an organization that utilizes education, research and advocacy to improve the lives of children and families through the collaborative resolution of family conflict.


  • Officers

    President: Wilhelmina Tribble, M.Ed.
    President-Elect: Yueh-Mei Kim Nutter, Esq.
    Vice President: Peggie Ward, Ph.D.
    Past President: Maria C. Gonzalez, Esq.
    Treasurer: Josh Shilts, CPA, ABV
    Secretary: Cecilia Armenteros, Esq.
  • Board Members

    Cecilia Armenteros, Esq.
    Rebecca Amster Cantor, Esq
    General Magistrate Jodi Cason
    Tashawna Duncan, Ph.D.
    Maria C. Gonzalez, Esq.
    Mitchell Kroungold, Ph.D.
    Maggie Lewis, Esq.
    Mary Lou Miller Wagstaff, Esq
    Yueh-Mei Kim Nutter, Esq.
    The Honorable Frederick L. Pollack
    General Magistrate Kristen Smith-Rodriguez
    Joshua Shilts, CPA
    Wilhelmina Tribble, M.Ed.
    Katrina Volker
    Peggie Ward, Ph.D.
    Rose Patterson, MBA
  • Advisory Board

    Craig Fabrikant, Ph.D., 2019
    Linda Fieldstone, M.Ed., 2005
    The Honorable Sandy E. Karlan, 2013
    Robert J. Merlin, Esq., 2015


  • 2021

    Maria C. Gonzalez, Esq.
  • 2020

    Mary Lou Miller Wagstaff, Esq
  • 2019

    Craig Fabrikant, Ph.D
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Mental Health <br/>Professionals

Mental Health

  • Psychologist
  • Psychiatrist
  • Clinical Psychologist
  • Clinical Social Worker
  • Licensed Professional Counselor
  • Mental Health Counselor
  • Marital and Family Therapist
  • School Psychologist


Accountants play an important role in family law and can help solve financial issues resulting from divorce, child support, contract disputes, employment issues and just about any other financial hardship that a family faces.

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Eldercaring Coordination

Eldercaring Coordination

Eldercaring coordination means an elder-focused alternative dispute resolution process during which an eldercaring coordinator assists elders, legally authorized decision-makers, and others who participate by court order, or invitation, in resolving disputes regarding the care and safety of an elder. The process can help facilitate more effective communication, negotiation and problem-solving skills, education about elder care resources, creation and implementation of an elder care plan. For more information regarding Eldercaring Coordination, please click here (or whatever the correct ADA way to handle that) and have it link to the new Eldercaring Coordination page.