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50 Points of Law - Family Law: Major Developments and Traps for the Unwary

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    On the occasion of MCLE’s golden anniversary, MCLE introduces its MCLE 50 Points of Law, a series of FREE one-hour programs that celebrate the practice of law and our profession. Presented by experts in their respective fields, each program in this series addresses a different practice area, covering major developments and traps for the unwary over the past 50 years. This is our anniversary gift to you!

    Nothing is static in the probate and family court. The law—and our client’s expectations—seem to change weekly. This special one-hour program flags some of the most significant recent issues facing family law practitioners, and provides useful guidance for properly addressing them. The panelists have also been monitoring recent decisions and issues, and share tools and guidance to keep you abreast of all the changes.

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