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Practicing Family Law on the Border of Massachusetts & New Hampshire

Everything you need to know to practice family law in Massachusetts and New Hampshire courts

  • Product Number: 2170460P01
  • CLE Credits, earn up to:
    5 substantive credits, 0 ethics credits CLE Credit Note
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    Many Massachusetts and New Hampshire family law attorneys who are later admitted to practice in the sister state are taken by surprise by the differences in the procedure and substantive law between these two jurisdictions. Without a clear and complete road map of how the two states process and adjudicate divorces, modifications, contempt actions, and domestic violence matters, even the most experienced practitioners are at a substantial disadvantage. 

    In this program, experienced practitioners who are licensed in both Massachusetts and New Hampshire walk you through the fundamental similarities and differences that arise when dealing with domestic relations cases in these two states. Expand your practice and develop a new client base—don’t cross the border without the confidence and mastery of skill you’ll receive in this seminar!

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    Demetra M. Pontisakos, Esq., Demetra Pontisakos Law Office, Topsfield
    Ellen A. Wright, Esq., Wright Family Law Group, PC, Tewksbury

    Faculty

    Kempton P. Giggey, Esq., Law Office of Kempton P. Giggey, Tyngsboro
    Robert A. Jutras, Esq., Sheehan, Schiavoni, Jutras & Magliocchetti LLP, Haverhill
    Pamela J. Khoury, Esq., Salem
    Heather E. Krans, Esq., Pastori Krans PLLC, Concord
    Miguel A. Nieves, Esq., Fernandez, Socci & Nieves, North Andover
    Catherine E. Shanelaris, Esq., Shanelaris & Schirch PLLC, Nashua
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