Live Webcast

Evidence Admissibility in Family Law Cases

The mechanics of offering or opposing the introduction of evidence

Friday, 1/25/2019, 1:00 pm–5:00 pm
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4 substantive credits, 0 ethics credits
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Product Description

You found the ‘smoking gun’ that will help your client. Now, how will you get that crucial piece of evidence admitted in the Probate and Family Court? Perhaps it is a document originally written in Japanese with a translation, a newspaper article, a cell phone video, or a Facebook post. What if the opposition has a damaging piece of evidence? How do you keep it out of evidence? These issues arise every day in courts around the state and you need to be prepared to argue your best case to the judge. The purpose of this seminar is to provide both experienced and new practitioners with real-life examples and suggestions to demystify the Probate and Family Court and the effective use of evidence at trial. With a panel of experienced practitioners, this seminar is designed to provide insight into how evidence can be used effectively at trial. In addition, there is time to discuss their experience in what works and, perhaps most importantly, what doesn’t work. The seminar touches on the latest issues in the introduction of real and demonstrative evidence as well as the latest in electronic discovery.

Pre-Trial Considerations and How to Get to the Courthouse in One Piece
Document Organization and Assembly of Records
Real and Demonstrative Evidence
Use of Experts at Trial
Electronic Discovery and Unusual Legal Issues
"Ask the Experts" Q&A Session

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Table of Contents


Donald L. Pitman, III, Esq., The Pitman Law Offices LLC, Newburyport


Nicole C. Armstrong, Esq., Armstrong Law, PC, Lowell
Martha R. Bagley, Esq., Weston Patrick, PA, Boston
SallyAnn Janulevicus, Esq., Sallyann Janulevicus Atty At Law, Boston



  • $202.50 - MCLE Sponsor Member
  • $168.75 - New Lawyer
  • $168.75 - Pending Admittee
  • $168.75 - Law Student
  • $168.75 - Paralegal
  • $225.00 - All Others

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