How to join the
AFCC Alberta Chapter

An Investment in Professional Excellence

There is no better way to keep pace with the rapidly changing environment for those who work with families in conflict than being an AFCC member. Your membership will provide you with the latest information, most knowledgeable resources and access to supportive colleagues, saving you valuable time and money.

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Step 1
Join the AFCC

Join the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts (AFCC), a network existing world-wide. AFCC is the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts – the premier interdisciplinary and international association of professionals dedicated to the resolution of family conflict.  AFCC members are the leading practitioners, researchers, teachers and policymakers in the family court arena.

Click here to visit the AFCC website to learn more

Step 2
Select Membership Category

Select a membership category. Join as an individual member, institution, retired member, indigenous member or student member

  • Individual Member $160 USD

  • Institution $390 USD

  • Retired Member $80 USD

  • Student Member $25 USD

  • Indigenous Member $25 USD

Membership Categories

Step 3
Add the Alberta Chapter dues to your Membership Profile

Add the Alberta Chapter Dues to your membership profile from the AFCC Website

  • Individual $50 USD

  • Student $25 USD

Chapter Membership

Step 4 
New Member Package

AFCC will send you a New Member Package in the mail

Need help with this process?

We are here to help. Contact us at 587-805-3582 or email us at


AFCC Alberta Chapter 

 c/o Mr. Jonathan Tieman, Treasurer,

Maclean Wiedemann Lawyers LLP

422 6th Street S.E. 

Medicine Hat, Alberta T1A 1H5


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