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Three-Parent Families and Other Hot Topics and Case Law Trends
Far-Reaching Effects of the Pandemic on the Family Law Practice
Relocation Problems, Interstate and International Custody
Custody and Parenting Plans: Tough Cases and Creative Solutions
Complex Support Calculations
Tax Aspects of Custody and Support
Imputed Income, Intentional Underemployment, Self-Employment and Other Income Issues
Allegations of Abuse and Alienation
Post-Divorce Modifications, Change of Circumstances, Enforcement
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DEBORAH BARBOUR is a paralegal at McManis Faulkner, where she has focused her practice in the family area. Ms. Barbour is a member of the Paralegal Association of Santa Clara County. She received her A.S. degree in paralegal studies and paralegal certificate from Humphreys College of Law.
DONNA J. BAYS is the founder of Bays Family Law in Zionsville, Indiana. Ms. Bays has been practicing law in Indiana for more than 30 years. Her practice is focused on family law matters, such as divorce, child custody, parenting time, paternity, parenting coordination, and pre- and post-nuptial agreements. Ms. Bays is a certified family law specialist, certified by ISBA Family Law Certification Board; a registered domestic relations mediator; and a trained parenting coordinator. She is also a frequent speaker at continuing legal education events for lawyers and other professionals. Ms. Bays earned her B.A. degree, magna cum laude, from Ball State University; and her J.D. degree, summa cum laude, from Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law. She is an active member of the Indiana State Bar Association. Ms. Bays is also a member of the Sagamore Inn of Court, Hamilton County Bar Association, Boone County Bar Association, Hendricks County Bar Association, and Indianapolis Bar Association.
B. J. FADEM is a senior attorney and president of the Law Offices of B J Fadem & Associates, APC. Within the area of family law, Mr. Fadem has extensive experience in handling palimony, international jurisdiction matters, domestic partners/same sex marriage, and difficult custody cases. He is a certified specialist in family law by the State Bar of California. Mr. Fadem is a member of the Santa Clara County Bar Association (Family Law Section), National Association of Counsel for Children, Santa Clara County Minors Counsel Committee, Association of Certified Family Law Specialists, and the State Bar of California. He was appointed by Retired Judge LaDoris Cordell to serve on the San Jose Independent Police Auditors Advisory Commission, and continues to serve on the Commission. Mr. Fadem earned his B.S. degree from San Jose State University and his J.D. degree from the Golden Gate University School of Law. He is an international mediator as certified by University of California Hastings Law School.
JANET L. GEMMELL is the founder and managing member of Cape Fear Family Law with offices in in Wilmington and Jacksonville, North Carolina. Ms. Gemmell is a board certified family law specialist. She focuses her practice on family law issues, including child custody issues, relocation matters, equitable distribution (or in other words division) of property, and alimony and spousal support. Ms. Gemmell has been a contributing writer and public speaker on divorce law topics for local publications and a national magazine, and is an active presenter of continuing legal education seminars. She also manages her firm’s Vlog on YouTube. Ms. Gemmell is a member of the North Carolina State Bar's Family Law Section, as well as the American Bar Association and The Florida Bar. Ms. Gemmell earned her B.A. degree, cum laude, from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington and her J.D. degree from the Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law at Campbell University.
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