Family Law Changes: The Family Law Section Annual Seminar (December 2015) [16547-MP3 / 16547-FSV]

Family Law Changes: The Family Law Section Annual Seminar (December 2015) [16547-MP3 / 16547-FSV]

Original Program Date: December 4, 2015
Duration: 6 hours, 3 minutes
Credits: Law & Legal Procedure: 6.00
List Price:$275.00
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If any part of your practice is family law, don’t miss this recorded seminar that highlights recent changes and their impacts. Topics include:
  • Relocation: Hear from a principal drafter of the Child Relocation Act of 2000 on what’s happening at the trial and appellate levels and what the most effective courtroom strategies are.
  • Title 26 (nonparental custody) versus Title 11 (guardianship): Positives, negatives, and roadblocks.
  • Parenting Plan Changes: New information on child development theory, divorce/separation dynamics, and child-raising practices that may change how you draft parenting plans.
  • Changing Mediation Dynamics: Effective strategies to move parties towards resolution
  • Preparing for Life After Divorce: Steps you and your client need to take
  • Spousal Support: History, evolution, and whether we should be thinking of it differently in the 21st century
Program Chair: Mark L. Alexander - Seattle Divorces Services, Seattle

This program was a live seminar and webcast presented on December 4, 2015, in Seattle, WA. If you attended the live seminar or webcast and reported live CLE credits, you cannot also report AV credits from watching or listening to this recording.

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