Key Insights into the Latest Legal Issues and Practice Management Tips
To the rippling effects of the pandemic to tax law changes affecting divorcing couples, to the new ways electronic evidence plays into divorce proceedings, to tips for handling domestic violence cases and practice management advice: this bird's eye view of the current practice offers you the critical updates you need to offer your clients the best legal advice. Register today!
Explore the latest issues affecting equitable asset division.
Discover new developments that are making it easier to practice family law online.
Address clients' increased requests for post-decree modifications.
Hear how experienced attorneys are creating new efficiencies in running their practice.
Find out how bankruptcy and foreclosure affect divorce proceedings.
Family Law Practice Online: E-Signatures, Online Notarization and Remote Practice
Electronic Evidence in Divorce
Equitable Asset Division in Divorce: Current Issues
Taxes in Divorce: COVID-19 Relief Effects and the SECURE Act
What Family Lawyers Need to Know about Bankruptcy and Foreclosure
Child Custody and Support Developments
Domestic Violence on the Rise and Cases that Involve Firearms
CARLY F. BOOTHE is an attorney and mediator with Boothe Walsh Law & Mediation LLC, where she practices family law. She also runs the Elder and Special Needs Mediation Center and is the owner of Sunflower Dispute Resolution. Ms. Boothe is a member of the Johnson County Family Law Inn of Court, the Johnson County Bar Association, Friends of JCDS (Board of Directors), and the Kansas Bar Association. She earned her B.S. degree, summa cum laude, from Louisiana State University and her J.D. degree from the University of Kansas School of Law.
KABARA KORTH PRASKAVICH is a partner in the law firm of Maddox & Gerock, P.C., in Falls Church, Virginia. She has experience working on all types of family law issues and leading clients through custody, support, property/debt division, divorce, modifications, and enforcement actions; and tailors her approach to each specific case. Ms. Praskavich especially enjoys working on cases involving business division and other complex assets, and takes pride in ensuring her clients understand the process and law. She received her B.A. degree from the University of Chicago and her J.D. degree from Georgetown University Law Center. Ms. Praskavich is a member of the Northern Virginia Chapter of the Virginia Women Attorneys Association, Fairfax Bar Association, and Virginia State Bar.
ASHLEY LARMOUR is an attorney with Larmour Law Office PSC, located in Georgetown, Kentucky. Ms. Larmour focuses her practice in the areas of divorce & family law, guardianships & conservatorships, juvenile law, probate, criminal defense, wills, and personal injury, as well as civil litigation and Casey's law. In 2019, she was asked to the join the Kentucky Bar Association committee for Child Protection and Domestic Violence and the Kentucky Children's Justice Act Taskforce. Ms. Larmour received her B.A. degree from the University of Kentucky, Lexington and completed the summer session of the Women's Campaign School at Yale in 2005. She then earned her J.D. degree from Ohio Northern University, Pettit College of Law, Ada, Ohio.
KENDAL K. O'KEEFE is a shareholder at Arnold, Rodman & O’Keefe PA. Her practice is devoted exclusively to family law, including divorce, custody and parenting time issues, spousal maintenance, and child support. Ms. O'Keefe is also a Rule 114 Qualified Neutral and offers family mediation services. She is admitted to practice before the Minnesota Supreme Court and the United States District Court for the District of Minnesota. Ms. O'Keefe currently serves as a board member of the Family Law League, a social and educational event-planning organization for family law practitioners under the age of 40 or who have been practicing for less than ten years. Ms. O’Keefe is a co-editor of Minnesota CLE’s Divorce Practice Deskbook and has been invited to speak on a variety of family law topics, including interstate and international child custody, child support, and discovery issues, among others. She earned her bachelor's degree from the University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire and her J.D. degree from Hamline University School of Law.
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