Discover Hidden Assets, Collect and Authenticate Social Media and Smartphone Evidence, and Much More
In every divorce or family law case, it's critical to know how to find, secure, and present case-supporting evidence. Whether it be locating hidden assets or deleted social media accounts, your abilities can turn a losing case into a winning one (and vice versa). Join our experienced faculty in this online seminar as they share practical insights and effective tips on how to go through discovery and evidence hurdles with confidence. Get the information that you need - register today!
Obtain practical tips for locating hidden or undisclosed assets and income.
Understand what to look for with electronically stored information in family law discovery.
Get effective strategies and questions for divorce depositions.
Learn how to apply the rules of evidence in family law cases
Discuss how to conduct effective direct and cross-examinations of expert witnesses.
Know how to go through a family law case in an ethically-sound manner.
Practical Tips for Discovery Requests: From Interrogatories to Subpoenas
Discovering Hidden Assets and Income
Smartphone, Social Media, and Other Electronic Evidence
Divorce Depositions: Key Tactics and Questions You Must Know
Parental Alienation and Abuse: Evidence and Witnesses
Evidence Authentication and Admission in Family Law Cases
Elizabeth A. Beroes is the owner of Beroes Law Center, P.C. She has practiced law for 27 years in the areas of family law, criminal law, estates and personal injury (female issues). Ms. Beroes' estate practice involves, wills, trusts, guardianships and complex litigation involving heir/beneficiary contests. She has tried many divorce cases in Allegheny, Westmoreland, Lawrence, Washington Butler, Beaver and Fayette counties where court appointed valuation experts have testified in each case. Ms. Beroes previously lectured at the University of Buffalo, Creative Problem Solving Institute and for the Stepping Out Program at high schools around the city of Pittsburgh. She is also involved in a mentoring program through Allegheny County - Child Advocate Training. Ms. Beroes obtained a mediation certificate and co-parenting certificate and opened a supervised visitation center for children where parents have had safety issues. She earned her B.S. degree from the University of Pittsburgh and her J.D. degree from Capital University. Ms. Beroes is a member of the Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers Association (member, Family Law Section), Allegheny County and Pennsylvania bar associations, and Compassionate Friends of Greater Pittsburgh Organization for parents who have lost children (Steering Committee).
Julie Beroes is a partner with Beroes Law Center, P.C. She grew up in the Family Division courthouse watching and listening to her mother advocate for clients; therein, she was inspired to help children, families, and clients in need. Further, Ms. Beroes has worked alongside some of the most prestigious family law practitioners in practice today in Allegheny County, Beaver County, Washington County and the surrounding counties, as well as in Ohio. She earned her B.F.A. degree, summa cum laude, from The University of the Arts and her J.D. degree, sum laude, from Capital University Law School.
Cassandra Colombo is a divorce attorney with Cordell & Cordell. Her practice centers around family law. Ms. Colombo earned her B.A. degree from Ursinus College and her J.D. degree from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law. She is a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association, Lackawanna County Bar Association, and the Philadelphia Bar Association. Ms. Colombo is licensed to practice in Pennsylvania.
Laura Robbins opened Laura Robbins Law, LLC in July 2011. Her practice focuses primarily on family law, especially custody and divorce. Ms. Robbins is a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association and the Centre County Bar Association. She earned her B.A. degree from Michigan State University and her J.D. degree from Wayne State University.
Karen A. Ulmer is the founding partner of Karen Ann Ulmer, P.C. Her areas of practice are family and matrimonial law, and estates. Ms. Ulmer earned her B.S. degree from Duke University, her J.D. degree from Widener University School of Law, and an advanced law degree in securities law from Georgetown University Law Center. She is an active member of the Family Law Section of the Bucks County Bar Association and has held offices in the YLD, having served as president of the YLD division, secretary and treasurer. Ms. Ulmer is also a member of the Pennsylvania Bar Association, the Montgomery County Bar Association, and the New Jersey State Bar Association. She is admitted to practice in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, United States District Court (Eastern District of Pennsylvania), and the United States Supreme Court.
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