2017 Family Law Section Midyear Meeting and Conference (June 2017) [C17529]

2017 Family Law Section Midyear Meeting and Conference (June 2017) [C17529] - In Stock

Seminar Date: June 23, 2017
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This seminar took place on June 23 - 25, 2017 in Walla Walla, WA.
FAMILY LAW | SOLO/SMALL PRACTICE | GENERAL


Product Description:


Presented in Partnership with the WSBA Family Law Section
Get in-depth information on key issues in family law and get up to speed on legislative changes and significant case law developments.
Topics Include:

  • Committed Intimate Relationships: What qualifies as a CIR under today’s law and how to dissolve those relationships.
  • Relocations: The law now and some thoughts about potential changes in relocation policy and litigation.
  • Forensic accounting and other sleuthing: How to find assets and other relevant information relevant in those difficult cases.
  • Plain Language Forms: How it happened and how to make them work, and suggestions on improvements.
  • In Re L.M.S. A closer look at this significant third party custody case and its possible application in other areas.
  • Case Law Update: A comprehensive discussion of every family law case of the past year.
  • Immigration and Family Law: Among other topics, how to protect children of undocumented immigrant parents in this challenging time.


Table of Contents:

Chapter 1: Domestic Violence
David J. Ward


Chapter 2: In Re Marriage of Black
David J. Ward


Chapter 3: Plan Language Forms
Merrie Gough


Chapter 4: Working with Diverse Communities
Robert Lichtenberg


Chapter 5: Relocation Issues: As It Was, As It Is, As It Might Be
Christopher J. Fox


Chapter 6: Legislative Update
Patrick W. Rawnsley


Chapter 7: What's New in the World of Child Support?
Nancy Koptur


Chapter 8: New Issues Regarding Protection of Client Confidentiality
Sharon L. Friedrich
Jennifer A. Forquer


Chapter 9: Custody of L.M.S.
Cheryll D. Russell
Philip C. Tsai
Laura A. Carlsen


Chapter 10: Forensic Accounting: You Don't Always Need a CPA. Follow the Money!
Nancy Hawkins


Chapter 11: Family Law and Immigration Issues
Norma Linda Urena


Chapter 12: UCCJEA
Mark Alexander


Chapter 13: What You Need to Know about Committed Intimate Relationships in Washington
Elaine G. Du Charme


Chapter 14: 2016-2017 Case Law Update
Christina A. Meserve
Charles E. Szurszewski


Chapter 15: Rules of Professional Conduct (Table of Rules)




Coursebook contains 576 pages