Casemaker Libra

This book is only available through the purchase of the Family practice area.

2008 Family Law Section Midyear Meeting and Seminar

Publication Year: June 20, 2008   Publication Type: Coursebook

Table of Contents:

 Chair and Faculty
 Summary of Contents
 Program Schedule
 Faculty Biographies
 Chapter One- Ethical Quandaries (or Nightmares) for the Family Law Practitioner
 Chapter Two- Reserve Pages
 Chapter Three- Objections to Relocation Not Always a Lost Cause
 Chapter Four- Using Experts for Assessment, Preparation
 Chapter Five- Family Law Lawyer's Perspective of the Impact of Estate
 Chapter Six- How to Master Exhibits at Trial
 Chapter Seven- Legislative Update
 Chapter Eight-A- Collaborative Law as an Extension of an Ongoing
 Chapter Eight-B- Collaborative Model or Traditional Advocacy
 Chapter Eight-C- Collaborative Model
 Chapter Nine- Preparation of Your Case and Client for Settlement Conference and Trial
 Chapter Ten- Lawyers and Psychological Type
 Chapter Eleven- When and Why to Talk to the Financial Expert Before
 Chapter Twelve- Discovery What You Need and How to Get It
 Chapter Thirteen- Valuation and Division of Retirement Assets, When to Retain
 Chapter Fourteen- Case Law Update- 2008