Evidence Admissibility in Family Law Cases
Offering or opposing the introduction of evidence
- Product Number: 2230171WBC
CLE Credits, earn up to:
3 substantive credits, 0 ethics credits CLE Credit Note
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Family law is evolving and so is the evidence available for trial. What evidence is allowed in and how do you get it in? What is hearsay and what are the exceptions? What privileges have exceptions and when can they be waived?
This seminar provides 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 gives you insight into how evidence can be used effectively at trial. In addition, the panelists discuss their experience in what works and, perhaps most importantly, what does not work. The seminar also touches on the latest issues in the introduction of real and demonstrative evidence as well as the latest in electronic discovery.
Agenda & Materials
2:00pm - 2:05pm
Welcome and IntroductioneLecture Add to Cart
2:05pm - 2:50pm
Evidence Admissibility in Family Law Case: Identifying Hearsay and its ExceptionseLecture Add to CartAmy K. Vaughn, Esq., Vaughn Family Law LLC , Holliston
2:50pm - 3:30pm
Evidence Admissibility in Family Law Case: Evidence in Restraining Order, Harassment and Vacate HearingseLecture Add to CartSanford I. Furman, Esq., Law Office of Sanford I. Furman , Wellesley
3:30pm - 3:40pm
3:40pm - 4:25pm
Evidence Admissibility in Family Law Case: Evidence in Guardian Ad Litem ReportseLecture Add to CartArthur Sneider, Esq., Sneider Kellman, PC , Chestnut Hill
4:25pm - 5:00pm
Evidence Admissibility in Family Law Case: Fact PatternseLecture Add to CartPanel
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