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Motions for Temporary or Emergency Orders in the Probate & Family Court

Enhance your powers of persuasion

  • Product Number: 2230173WBA
  • Publication Date: 5/15/2023
  • Length: 1 hour CLE Credit Note
  • Copyright: © 2023 MCLE, Inc.
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    Despite their name, few things are as permanent as temporary orders. A successful motion can often set the status quo for your whole case. It is also often a surprise to new practitioners how challenging it can be to modify a temporary or emergency order in the Probate and Family Court. It is crucial to approach each motion hearing as if the outcome could be entered as a judgment in the case.

    Join our faculty to discuss strategies for filing motions for temporary orders and emergency motions. Learn which factors are most compelling in motion hearings as well as considerations to discuss with your client before entering into agreements for temporary orders.

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    • 12:00pm - 12:05pm

      Welcome and Introduction

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    • 12:05pm - 12:25pm

      Overview of Motion Practice in the Probate and Family Court

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    • 12:25pm - 12:45pm

      Emergency Motions: When, Why, and How to File

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    • 12:45pm - 1:00pm

      Motions for Temporary or Emergency Orders in the Probate & Family Court: Preparing for and Conducting a Motion Hearing

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    Lola Remy, Esq., Women's Bar Foundation, Boston
    Katherine Schulte, Esq., Jessica Katz Law LLC, Taunton
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