Custody, Parenting Time, and Support Through Judgment
Custody cases are fraught with peril. Gain new perspectives to help clients through the toughest issues.
Custody cases are fraught with peril. Gain new
perspectives to help clients through the toughest issues.
Follow a case for a divorce with two minor children. Take away expert insight and effectively counsel, negotiate, and litigate. No matter how many cases you’ve handled, it’s invaluable to see how others do it—from navigating local FOC practices to presenting proofs at trial.
Center your strategy on best interests factors. Effectively advise without overwhelming your client.
Establish a Custody and Parenting Time Strategy
Counsel the Client on Child Support Issues
Decide Whether to Opt In or Opt Out of the Friend of the Court
Confidently maneuver in court and FOC proceedings across the state.
Manage the Pretrial Phase
Navigate Local Friend of the Court Practices in the Pretrial Stage
Prepare Motions and Temporary Orders for Custody, Parenting Time, and Child Support
Prepare for the Hearing on the Motion for Temporary Orders
Handle a Pretrial Friend of the Court Hearing
Be prepared to effectively present the best evidence and testimony to achieve your client’s long-term goals.
Handle Custody and Parenting
Prepare for Trial on Custody and Parenting Time
Present Proofs at Trial
Enter a Judgment of Divorce
took the bench in January 2015 and is assigned family law cases, personal protection orders, and juvenile court backup. He shares how to draft and enter a judgment that conforms to the judge’s opinion and order after trial.
has handled hundreds of complex cases during his 25+ years as a family law lawyer. He explains and demonstrates how to implement your strategy through oral argument and examination of witnesses at trial.
has 20 years of experience in complex family law matters as a former prosecutor and litigator. She shows you what to expect and how to properly prepare your client if your case proceeds to trial.
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