TCJA is three years old, yet its rippling effects are still re-shaping family law practice. And that is just one of the multitude rules changes you need to know. This practical instruction offers a digest of the critical updates in evidence, equitable assets division and divorce agreements crucial to your practice. Provide your clients with the most current and effective representation - order today!
Tax and Financial Aspects of Divorce: Critical Updates
Use of Social Media Evidence and GPS Data in Divorce
Agreements Incident to Divorce: The Changing Definition of "Writing"
CHRISTINE DOUGLAS is the founding member of Keating Douglas. She practices solely in the area of family law and is a certified family law specialist, as certified by the Family Law Certification Board. Her practice includes: adoptions, custody disputes, domestic partnership agreements, divorces, grandparent visitation, guardianships, parenting time enforcement, paternity cases and premarital agreements. She has extensive mediation and trial experience, and completed the American Bar Association's Family Law Trial Advocacy program. Ms. Douglas has been practicing for more than 20 years managing complex family law matters. Additionally, she is a trained collaborative law attorney, parenting coordinator and guardian ad litem and prefers seeking holistic resolutions in family law matters. She received her B.A. degree from Purdue University and earned her J.D. degree from Valparaiso University School of Law.
RACHEL PLATT is an attorney and founding member at The Platt Law Firm in Georgia, where she practices in the areas of divorce, child custody, child support, modifications, contempt, adoptions, paternity and legitimation, and special education law. Ms. Platt is a member of the Georgia Association for Women Lawyers, the State Bar of Georgia, and the Atlanta Bar Association. She is trained as a guardian ad litem, as a mediator and in collaborative divorce. Ms. Platt earned her B.S. degree from the University of Georgia and her J.D. degree from the University of Colorado School of Law.
TIFANNE E.E. WOLTER is an attorney with Henningson & Snoxell Ltd. She has practiced family law exclusively for more than a decade. Ms. Wolter has assisted a wide array of clients with divorce, custody, paternity, child support, third party custody, parenting time, and domestic abuse matters. She is trained in collaborative divorce and mediation, and, upon graduating from law school, she obtained a certificate in dispute resolution from Hamline University School of Law. After earning her Juris Doctorate degree, Ms. Wolter worked for Legal Aid and helped victims of domestic abuse and low income clients with family law issues. She is the past chairperson and representative to the assembly for the Minnesota State Bar Association (Family Law Section). Ms. Wolter has been involved with the Family Law Section for many years. Previously she was the vice chairperson and chairperson of publications. She earned her B.A. degree from Concordia College, Moorhead, Minnesota and her J.D. degree from Hamline University School of Law, St. Paul, Minnesota.
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