Carlton Stansbury

Burbach & Stansbury SC



University of Iowa, 1990 JD

Admitted to Practice

Wisconsin 1990

AAML Position(s) Held

  • President (2009-2010)Grant Committee (present)

Legal Organizations

  • Board of Directors, Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, present
  • President, Wisconsin Chapter, AFCC, 2015
  • Chair, Collaborative Family Law Council of Wisconsin, Inc., 2004
  • Chair, State Bar of Wisconsin Family Law Section, 2008-2009
  • Editor -in-Chief, Wisconsin Journal of Family Law, 2011-2016
  • American Bar Association Family Law Section, chair, Publication Committee, Financial Officer, and Council member
  • American Bar Association Advisor to the Uniform Law Commission Drafting Committee on the Uniform Collaborative Law Act, 2006-2011. President, Society of Family Lawyers

CLE Presentations

  • Moderator, “Judge’s Panel,” Wisconsin Chapter AAML Spring Seminar, 2017-2022
  • Faculty member, “Maintenance Workshop,” Wisconsin Judicial Education, 2007-2022
  • “Maintenance Modifcation: the When, the Why, and the How,” 2022 Judicial Education program
  • “Preserve the Business and Support the Family: Effective Use of Business Income for Support,” AAML fall seminar 2021
  • “Drafting for Stock Options,” State Bar of Wisconsin 2021
  • “Does Diversity Matter in Family Law?” AFCC Webinar March 2021
  • “Critical UCCJEA Problems: Getting the Answer Right the First Time,” State Bar of Wisconsin, 2019
  • “Critical Maintenance Principles,” Family Court Commissioners Association Conference, 2019
  • “Between Shirking and Earning Capacity,” Wisconsin Supreme Court Family Law Seminar, 2018
  • “How Estate Planning Professionals Can Add Value in a Divorce Process,” Milwaukee Bar Association, 2017
  • “Putting the Young Children and Overnight Issues to Bed,” AFCC Wisconsin Chapter, 2017
  • “Hearing Without Listening: A Child’s Voice in the Court System,” National CLE Conference, 2017
  • “Unique Children/Unique Plans: Revisiting Custody and Placement Issues for Special Needs Children,” Wisconsin Supreme Court Family Law Seminar, 2016
  • “Advanced Issues on Subchapter S Income for Determining Support,” National CLE Conference, 2014

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