This program addresses the intersection of family law and other practice areas that family law practitioners often encounter, including trusts and estates, criminal law, elder and special needs law, bankruptcy, and civil damages.
Speakers explore the impact of these practice areas on divorce proceedings, including alimony, child support, equitable distribution, alienation of affection/criminal conversation and domestic violence.
Practitioners gain insight into concerns, benefits, advantages and disadvantages for the plaintiff or the defending party when practice areas collide during the divorce process.
Planned by the NCBA Family Law Section
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September 13, 2019
Trusts and Estates | Allison, Finch and Holm
Criminal Law | G Laughrun and Moderator: B Laughrun
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