Often Overlooked - Family Law Issues (December 2017) [C18547]

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Seminar Date: December 13, 2017
List Price:$70.00
This seminar took place on December, 13 2017 in Seattle, WA.

Product Description:

From the Family Law section's annual CLE, this year focuses on often overlooked issues in Family Law. Dive into the unique cross-section of family law and the military and explore the particular rules that apply to family law matters in the military context. Also review the complicated ethical issues in appointing a Guardian Ad Litem when a party to the matter is mentally disabled. Other material includes identifying the distinctive family law rules around Discovery, Parenting Plans, Child Support, Disability and Support Guidelines when one or more parties is in the military.

Table of Contents:

Chapter 1: Howell v. Howell - Disability Benefits and USFSPA Update
Jim A. Cathcart (Ret. Colonel USMC)

Chapter 2: Military Parenting Plan and Child Support Enforcement
Adam D. Mesick

Chapter 3: Considerations for Drafting Final Documents in Military Divorce
Chris Skinner

Chapter 4: Discovery in Military Family Law Cases
Lisa Brewer

Chapter 5: Military Family Support Guidelines
Daniel G. Jones

Chapter 6: Appointing a Guardian Ad Litem
Rhea J. Rolfe

Chapter 7: Rules of Professional Conduct (Table of Rules)

Coursebook contains 210 pages