Since 1986, the biennial Basics of Family Law program has consistently received rave reviews from new and seasoned attorneys.
The new The Modern Family (2012 Basics of Family Law) delivers invaluable information and practical tips from the best of the profession in a fast-moving, general overview format that addresses issues critical to understanding and effectively practicing family law.
[Not for CLE Credit. Intended only for family law mediator certification with the State of North Carolina Dispute Resolution Commission.]
How to draft orders on custody, child support, alimony and equitable distribution?
Can I be both a courteous professional and a zealous advocate?
How to effectively handle the client intake interview?
How do I secure payment for my services and prevent misunderstandings regarding financial arrangements?
How do I effectively and thoroughly examine a witness in a deposition or trial?
How can the Rules of Civil Procedure work for me and how do I manage, control and properly follow courtroom procedure?
What are the tax considerations and implications to child support, spousal support, and property distribution?
What are the various forms of retirement benefits and how do I divide each of them?
What information can I find on a tax return and how can I use that information to learn more about a party’s income or assets?
How and when do I use a free trader agreement and the different types of real property deeds and how do I interpret and analyze a real estate appraisal?
What alternative dispute resolutions exist for my clients? How do I manage and what documents do I need for mediation or arbitration?
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