This program, sponsored by the Family Law Section, prepares the participant for managing high conflict divorce cases, including tips and sample pleadings with emphasis on obtaining electronically stored information using discovery.
Additionally, topics like mediation, domestic violence, orders of protection, and parental alienation as it relates to the McDaniel hearing, are discussed.
You don’t want to miss Judge Sheila Calloway discussing practice tips for appearing in Juvenile Court.
In this course participants will be given tips and sample pleadings to assist the practitioner in managing high conflict divorce cases. Emphasis will be placed on obtaining electronically stored information, using discovery, and the type-location-volume of assets, so that you can cut to the chase and get to trial.
In this presentation you will learn how to use mediation in your family law practice. The speaker discusses Rule 31 Alternative Dispute Resolution, including selection of a mediator, evidence, costs, and the obligations of Rule 31 mediators.
In this course, Dr. William Bernet discusses parental alienation in the framework of the McDaniel hearing. He provides a definition of parental alienation, it's acceptance in the scientific community, peer reviews, testing and scientific methodology, and legal precedents.
In this interactive course, DarKenya Waller asks the audience multiple choice questions pertaining to Domestic Violence and Orders of Protection. She discusses the domestic violence statute and then quizzes the audience on issues involving Orders of Protection.
Judge Sheila Calloway will discuss practice tips for appearing in Juvenile Court. She will also talk about how to appease your judge, and the statutory requirements of the Juvenile Court, along with some Juvenile Court updates.