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30 Questions & 30 Answers: Solving Your Most Common Family Law Problems

Learn what the faculty spent decades discovering in practice

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    No matter where you went to law school or what you studied while you were there, there's no substitute for experience when it comes to the practice of family law. In this fast-paced seminar the expert faculty shares its experience with you! MCLE brings you the answers to the most common family law problems you are likely to encounter in court—but may not know it yet!

    From procedure to evidence to trial strategy to settlement, no question is too big or too small. The only thing that matters is that you need to know it. In this program you learn what the faculty spent decades discovering in practice. They guide you through some of the most trying issues that arise from start to finish in your family law cases—problematic clients, custody, alimony, marital agreements, billing, valuation, settlement, witness examinations, and post-divorce issues—with an eye towards those problems that have a tendency to trip lawyers up.

    The program is accompanied by an information-packed guide of materials with the advice and experience presented during the seminar distilled into concise tips. You won't want to go to court without it. This new program covers a vast span of key family law issues and questions— in a focused, high-speed small-classroom setting. Ready, set, go!

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    Martha R. Bagley, Esq., Weston Patrick, P.A., Boston


    Nicole C. Armstrong, Esq., Armstrong Law, PC, Lowell
    Jeffrey Quinn, Esq., Waltham
    Elizabeth A. Roberts, Esq., Roberts & Sauer LLP, Burlington