Improve Outcomes With Drafting and Negotiating Tactics From the Pros
Complex divorce settlements require impeccable attention to detail and a strategic mind. This practical guide skips the basics to give you hard-won tactics for financial document analysis, settlement proposal strategies, custody tactics, agreement drafting, and much more. Power up your skills - register today!
Strengthen your negotiation openers: hear experienced speakers' approaches to settlement proposals.
Explore creative approaches to property and debt division.
Review a sample MSA with an eye for common mistakes and pitfalls.
Expand on your go-to custody strategies.
Stay in compliance with a legal ethics guide tailored to family law practice.
Financial Disclosures and Financial Document Analysis
Settlement Proposal Tactics
Negotiating Division of Property and Debt (Including Cases That Include a Family Business)
Advanced Custody Tactics
Countering Dirty Negotiating Tactics and Pushing Beyond an Impasse
Reviewing the Settlement Agreement for Red Flags (With a Sample MSA Review)
PHILIP M. CHOPIN is a partner with Chopin & Chopin, LP, where he practices in the areas of matrimonial law, family law and appellate law. Mr. Chopin earned his B.A. degree from Georgetown University and his J.D. degree from the University of Miami School of Law. He is a member of The Florida Bar (member, Family Law Section) and the Palm Beach County Bar Association. Mr. Chopin is admitted to practice in Florida.
MICHAEL G. DeHAVEN is the owner of the Law Office of Michael D. DeHaven, P.A., where his practice is almost exclusively dedicated to litigating domestic cases, often through referrals from family law practitioners in need of his court room experience. Mr. DeHaven earned his B.S. degree from Frostburg State College and his J.D. degree from the University of Baltimore School of Law. He is a member of the Maryland State Bar Association (Family and Juvenile Law Section), the Baltimore County Bar Association and the Maryland Criminal Defense Attorneys Association.
LAURIE B. GILES is an attorney, mediator, and author who helps individuals, families, businesses, nonprofit organizations and churches achieve their goals by finding creative, innovative solutions that work. Ms. Giles is the author of the What Now? Series which includes What Now? Divorce Planning and What Now? Elder Planning. She has practiced family law in Connecticut for the past 27 years. Ms. Giles currently serves as a family special master in addition to her private practice. She is often retained as a trial and negotiation consultant and mediator in high conflict, complex divorce and custody cases. Ms. Giles is a sought after media contributor and appeared on countless radio and television programs. She holds a J.D. degree from Rutgers University, an M.Ed. degree from Eastern Nazarene College and a B.S. degree from Springfield College.
GREGG H. MOSSON is the owner of Mosson Law LLC where he focuses on representing employees in claims of illegal discrimination, illegal retaliation, disability rights violations, wrongful terminations, and when seeking owed wages. He represents family members navigating the complexities of separation, divorce, custody, and alimony. He also represents people seeking disability benefits from Social Security. Mr. Mosson earned his B.A. degree from Portland State University and his J.D. degree, summa cum laude, from the University of Baltimore School of Law.
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