Successfully Resolve Your Clients' Family Law Issues
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Successfully Resolve Your Clients' Family Law Issues
When families run into difficulties, they are dealing with highly emotional situations that may cloud their judgment and prevent them from making rational long-term decisions. As a family law attorney, it's your job to help clients through family law issues with knowledge, insight and compassion. Developing these skills and sensitivity can take years to perfect, but you can get the essential knowledge and techniques you need in just one day. Join us as we explore legal updates, procedural tips and problem-solving strategies critical to family law success. Register today!
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CATHERINE R. BAILEY is with Fresh Start Family Law where she represents clients in family law matters including divorce, domestic violence, child custody, child support, alimony, equitable distribution, separation agreements, surrogacy, and mediation. Ms. Bailey's practice has a special emphasis in all aspects of military divorce including military pension division. She is a North Carolina board certified family law specialist as well as a North Carolina certified family financial mediator who performs mediations in family law cases. Ms. Bailey earned her B.A. degree from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and her J.D. degree, cum laude, from Campbell University Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law.
BRITTANY C. HALL is an attorney with Cape Fear Family Law. She focuses her practice in the area of family law including cases involving domestic violence, divorce, child custody, and child support issues. She practices in New Hanover, Brunswick, and Pender counties. She received her B.A degree in government from Campbell University in North Carolina, and her J.D. degree from Elon University School of Law in Greensboro. Ms. Hall has been admitted to the North Carolina State Bar since 2013.
TIA G. HARTLEY is the principal in the firm of The Law Office of Tia G. Hartley, PLLC, in Charlotte, and has been certified as a parent coordinator by the Mecklenburg County District Court. She focuses her practice in areas involving the family. Ms. Hartley earned her J.D. degree from the Thomas M. Cooley Law School after completing her undergraduate studies at Meredith College. A native of Charlotte, North Carolina, she is a member of the North Carolina State Bar and the Mecklenburg County Bar Association.
ANGELA W. McILVEEN is a partner with McIlveen Family Law Firm. She focuses her practice exclusively on litigation-related issues and handles cases in family law, including child custody and support, divorce, alimony, adoption, separation, domestic violence, and equitable distribution. With her years of experience in all areas of litigation including discovery, court motion hearings, deposition, trial, mediation and appeals, she has handled many cases in state and federal court. Ms. McIlveen is frequently interviewed by the media, including Fox News, Business Leader Spotlight, and Arroe Collins 99.7 Unplugged and Totally Uncut. She is a member of the Gaston County, North Carolina (Family Law and Law Practice Management sections; board member) and American (Family Law and Law Practice Management sections) bar associations. Ms. McIlveen is the author of The North Carolina Divorce Guidebook. She is also a member of the National Women Trial Lawyers. Ms. McIlveen earned her B.A. degree from Lenoir Rhyne University and earned J.D. degree from Case Law School.
G. BRENTLEY TANNER is a partner with Parker Bryan Family Law (Parker Bryan Britt & Tanner, PLLC). He was certified by the North Carolina State Bar as a board certified specialist in the area of family law in 2012. Mr. Tanner focuses his practice on family law matters including separation, divorce, child custody, child support, alimony, military pension division orders, court orders acceptable for processing, issues related to survivor benefit plans, property distribution, high-asset divorces, divorces involving complex business valuations, professional practice divorces, domestic violence, premarital agreements, separation and property settlement agreements, and qualified domestic relations orders. Mr. Tanner is known both statewide and nationally as an expert in family law matters related to military divorce issues, military pension division orders, federal pension divisions, court orders acceptable for processing, and former spouse survivor benefit rights. Mr. Tanner earned his B.A. degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and his J.D. degree from the Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law at Campbell University. He is a member of the Wake County Bar Association, the 10th Judicial District Bar, the Family Law Section of the North Carolina Bar Association, and the Family Law Section of the American Bar Association.
ANNA N. WESTMORELAND is a partner with Westmoreland Legal, P.A., focusing her practice on family law, including child custody, child support, alimony, and equitable distribution. She is a DRC-certified family financial mediator and superior court mediator. Ms. Westmoreland is a member of the Mecklenburg County and North Carolina bar associations. She received her B.A. degree from University of North Carolina at Charlotte and earned her J.D degree from New England Law.
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