Overcoming Difficult Issues in Family Law
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Overcoming Difficult Issues in Family Law
Resolving the wide variety of issues that must be addressed in family law can be challenging. This course will tackle some of the biggest problems in family cases, including tough discovery and evidence issues, complex assets, military divorce matters and much more. Don't miss this opportunity to take your family law skills to the next level with these helpful tactics for overcoming key challenges - register today!
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LISA SELTZER BECKER is a principal in the Bethesda Office of Offit Kurman, Attorneys At Law. Her practice has always focused on family law and education law. In her family law practice, she is experienced in high-asset and high-income individuals in divorce; high-conflict divorces and custody cases; post-divorce enforcement and custody modifications; representing parents of special needs children in custody cases; and representing clients who have experienced domestic violence and drafting and negotiating premarital and post-marital agreements. In her education practice, Ms. Becker has been successful in preventing students from expulsion and obtaining settlements removing suspensions from students' records and representing college students in Title IX hearings. She is the co-chair of the Education Law Section of the Bar Association of Montgomery County, Maryland. Ms. Becker is licensed in Maryland and the District of Columbia. She earned her B.A. degree from the University of Maryland and her J.D. degree from the American University, Washington College of Law.
DEBRA B. CRUZ is a principal with the law firm of Levin & Gann, P.A., where she practices in the areas of general civil litigation, domestic relations, divorces, custody disputes, child support, alimony, and mediation. She is an attorney mediator in the family division of Baltimore City Circuit Court. Ms. Cruz is a member of the Baltimore City Bar (Family Law Committee, Bench and Bar Committee, Ethics Committee, and chair of the Alternate Dispute Resolution Committee), Attorney Grievance Commission of Maryland Peer Review Committee, Baltimore County Professional Committee, and Baltimore-Carroll Chapter of the Women’s Bar Association (Board of Directors). She has lectured on recent developments in Maryland family law. Ms. Cruz earned her B.A. degree, with honors, and her J.D. degree from the University of Florida.
WILLIAM M. FERRIS is a general practice attorney. He represents clients locally, regionally, and nationally in several areas of law including military law, family law, criminal defense, tax law, appellate law, and estate planning. Mr. Ferris is a former adjunct faculty member for the Anne Arundel Community College for the Paralegal Studies Program and the University of Baltimore School of Law for the Legal Skills Program. He is a retired commander, United States Navy; and is member of the Anne Arundel County Bar Association, the Maryland State Bar Association, the American Bar Association, and the Maritime Law Association of the United States (proctor). Mr. Ferris earned his B.S. degree, with distinction, from the United States Naval Academy; and both his J.D. degree, summa cum laude, and his LL.M. degree in taxation from the University of Baltimore School of Law.
LYNNDOLYN T. MITCHELL is the owner of the Law Office of Lynndolyn T. Mitchell P.C., in Rockville, Maryland. Ms. Mitchell has been representing clients from all economic and social backgrounds in juvenile, family, misdemeanor criminal, and traffic matters in Maryland, Virginia, and the District of Columbia for more than 30 years. She has served as a senior assistant public defender in Virginia Beach in Juvenile Division and Felony Trial Division, and deputy public defender in the Juvenile Division of the Riverside County Public Defender's Office. Ms. Mitchell has represented juveniles in delinquency and dependency matters in California, Virginia, and Maryland. She served an assistant adjunct professor for the University of Maryland University College's Europe (UMUC) in the disciplines of paralegal studies and criminal justice. Ms. Mitchell has extensive experience representing military families in all aspects of family law matters. She is a member of Maryland State Bar Association's Solo Small Firm Section, served as co-chair of the Education Law Section, and has served as a member of the school board at Montrose Christian School in Rockville. Ms. Mitchell is admitted to practice in Virginia, District of Columbia, Maryland, and Montgomery County. She earned her B.A. degree from the University of Irvine and her J.D. degree from Antioch School of Law, Washington, D.C. Ms. Mitchell has handled pro bono education law matters for the Maryland Disability Law Center.
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