Domestic Abuse, Parental Alienation, Defending Against False Allegations, and More
When it comes divorce, emotions are often running high. However, some divorces can become more contentious and messy than others. Join our experienced faculty as they walk you through and discuss toxic relationship behaviors and how those can affect a family law case. Prepare for the worst to come, and be ready with the knowledge to face those challenges head-on - register today!
Identify possible red flags indicating parental alienation and know what next steps to take.
Explore how several aspects of domestic abuse can affect your divorce client and their case.
Know when a client's mental stability may be taken into question in a court of law.
Review how to best maintain the child's best interests amidst contentious divorce proceedings.
Understand techniques and methods for defending clients against false allegations in divorce cases.
Dissipation of Assets, Hidden Assets, and Other Financial Misconduct
Wiretapping, Cyber Harassment, and Other Computer Mischief
Parental Alienation: What Can Be Done
Domestic Abuse and Divorce
Key Considerations for Client Mental Health Issues in Family Law
John H. Killeen is a shareholder and principal in the litigation section of Bodker, Ramsey, Andrews, Winograd & Wildstein, P.C., where his areas of practice include estate and probate litigation, divorce and family law, commercial litigation, and civil litigation. He is a member of the State Bar of Georgia and the New Jersey State and New York State bar associations. Mr. Killeen earned his B.A. degree from Vanderbilt University; his J.D. degree, cum laude, from Syracuse University College of Law; and his M.B.A. degree from Emory University.
Kevin W. Shepherd is an attorney with Shepherd and Long, P.C., located in Maryville, Tennessee. He practices in the areas of family law, divorce, personal injury, criminal defense, appellate practice and general practice. Mr. Shepherd is a member of the Tennessee Bar Association and is a well-received speaker at legal seminars. He earned his B.S. degree from LeTourneau University in Longview, Texas; and his J.D. degree from The University of Tennessee at Knoxville.
Donald A. Wochna formed the E-Data Law Group LLC almost 19 years ago, which is a consortium of experts that design, build, and defend advanced technological solutions to legal challenges in litigation, healthcare, audit, privacy and security issues. The vision of the E-Data Law Group is to use electronic data to make the practice of law proactive. Mr. Wochna obtained one of the first civilian licenses for computer forensic software, and began a business identifying, preserving, extracting, analyzing, and producing electronically stored information, including content, metadata, and artifacts. He earned his B.S. degree from Cal State Long Beach and his J.D. degree from The Law School, University of Chicago. Mr. Wochna has written hundreds of articles related to ediscovery, Big Data, analytics, and the challenges to the legal profession raised by electronic information systems. His books include, E-discovery: Making the Computer Your Best Witness, published by Ohio State Bar Association. Mr. Wochna is a frequent and lively speaker regarding electronic data issues. He has testified before the Advisory Committee on Amendments to the Rules of Civil Procedure, and has been influential in shaping the process by which large sparse datasets are defensibly searched to produce relevant information without reliance upon agreed-upon search terms.
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