Review the Essentials of Prenups, Divorce, and Custody
Whether it be marriage dissolution, resolving parenting disputes, or structuring settlements that involve diverse assets, family law practice encompasses much. In this program, join our faculty as they cover this key area of law and its most important components. Know what to expect and get valuable skills to build your practice or review core concepts - register today!
Review the initial steps and the overall process of divorce.
Know what to look for in divorce discovery.
Understand the core mechanics of valuing and dividing marital property.
Determine the best approach for settlement negotiations.
Ensure that a client's judgment is enforced following a divorce decree.
Who Should Attend
This course is designed for attorneys. Paralegals may also benefit.
Prenuptial Agreements and Cohabitation Agreements
Early Divorce Procedures (w/ Sample Documents)
Dividing Assets in Divorce (w/ Sample Documents)
Child Custody, Parenting Plans, and Paternity Actions (w/ Sample Documents)
Settlement Negotiation and Trial Considerations
Modifying and Enforcing Child Support, Custody, and Other Orders
Erica Benson is an attorney with Cape Fear Family Law. Ms. Benson practices in the area of family law. She received her undergraduate degree from SUNY Brockport and her J.D. degree from Villanova University Law School.
Caleb A Faulkner is an attorney with Boyd Fernambucq & Dunn PC where his practice consists of litigation throughout Central and North Alabama. He represents clients in divorce actions, as well as in post-divorce modification and/or enforcement proceedings. His practice also includes representing clients who need assistance with other family law matters, such as in paternity actions or in dependency cases. Mr. Faulkner graduated cum laude from the University of Alabama with a degree in finance and a specialization in real estate and received his J.D. degree, cum laude, from Samford University's Cumberland School of Law. He served as the editor in chief of Volume 42 of the American Journal of Trial Advocacy during his third year of law school. Mr. Faulkner is a member of the Entertainment and Family Law committees of the Birmingham Bar Association. He is also involved in the Birmingham community, serving as a junior board member of Alzheimer's of Central Alabama, Mitchell's Place, and Team Ministries. Mr. Faulkner also volunteers as an advisor to Cumberland School of Law's Family Law Practice Group, assisting and advising law students who are interested in practicing family law.
Tashina M Gorgone is a partner with Maddox & Gerock, P.C., in Falls Church, Virginia. She focuses her practice in the areas of family law and appellate litigation. Ms. Gorgone handles all areas of family law, from custody to child support to property distribution. She has particular experience and interest in complex custody cases. Ms. Gorgone has handled cases involving allegations of domestic violence, substance abuse, and sexual abuse. She has successfully litigated relocation cases, as well as assisted both mothers and fathers in obtaining shared or primary custody of their children. To Ms. Gorgone, the most rewarding aspect of practicing law is the challenge of problem-solving; she strives to help families develop and effectuate a plan that will not only address their immediate needs, but provide them with peace of mind for the future. She is adept at determining what cases are ripe for alternative dispute resolution, such as mediation or settlement conferences, however, when a case must be tried in court, she is able to effectively and comprehensively prepare and deliver strong oral advocacy on behalf of her client and their family. Ms. Gorgone graduated from The University of Mary Washington with a B.A. degree and obtained her J.D. degree from George Mason University School of Law with a concentration in litigation. While attending George Mason, she was an active member of the Moot Court Team, where she won First Place in the Billings, Exum & Frye National Moot Court Competition. Ms. Gorgone also served as a notes editor on the George Mason Law Review and was a member of the Trial Advocacy Association. She is licensed to practice in all courts in the Commonwealth of Virginia and the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia. Ms. Gorgone is an active member of the Virginia Trial Lawyers Association and the Fairfax County Bar Association, and serves on the board for the Northern Virginia Women's Attorney Association. She also has volunteers as a judge for local law school mock trial events, hosts courtroom tours for Fairfax County middle school students, and speaks at local middle schools about the legal profession. In 2017, Ms. Gorgone was named by Super Lawyers as a Virginia Rising Star in the practice area of family law, and she has remained a Rising Star each year since.
Ashley Larmour is an attorney with Larmour Law Office PSC, located in Georgetown, Kentucky. Ms. Larmour focuses her practice in the areas of divorce and family law, guardianships and conservatorships, juvenile law, probate, criminal defense, wills, 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, Kentucky 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.
Bethany Mulhern is an attorney with the law firm of Miller Bowles Cushing, PLLC in Charlotte, North Carolina. Ms. Mulhern practices in the area of family law, including divorce, child custody, child support, equitable distribution, alimony and property settlement agreements. She received her B.A. degree from Mansfield University of Pennsylvania and her J.D. degree from Widener University School of Law. Ms. Mulhern is admitted to the state of North Carolina Bar and the United States Direct Court, Western District of North Carolina.
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