Improve Outcomes With Drafting and Negotiating Tactics From the Pros
Complex divorce settlements require impeccable attention to detail and a strategic mind. This practical guide skips the basics to give you hard-won tactics for financial document analysis, settlement proposal strategies, custody tactics, agreement drafting, and much more. Power up your skills - register today!
Strengthen your negotiation openers: hear experienced speakers' approaches to settlement proposals.
Explore creative approaches to property and debt division.
Review a sample MSA with an eye for common mistakes and pitfalls.
Expand on your go-to custody strategies.
Stay in compliance with a legal ethics guide tailored to family law practice.
Financial Disclosures and Financial Document Analysis
Settlement Proposal Tactics
Negotiating Division of Property and Debt (Including Cases That Include a Family Business)
Advanced Custody Tactics
Countering Dirty Negotiating Tactics and Pushing Beyond an Impasse
Reviewing the Settlement Agreement for Red Flags (With a Sample MSA Review)
Aubrey H. Ducker Jr. is a member in the Orlando office of CPLS, P.A., in the firm's family and elder law practice groups. His family law practice includes traditional family law representation in the areas of divorce and all issues incidental there to, such as parenting issues, alimony, child support, property distribution and related issues. Mr. Ducker's practice also introduces new strategies, including collaborative divorce, mediation and private trials, to assure his client's concerns are protected and secured. He has served as a guardian ad litem in more than 130 cases in both terminations of parental rights cases and as a private guardian ad litem in divorce proceedings. Mr. Ducker earned his associate's degree (treasurer, Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society, Valencia East Campus) from Valencia Community College, his B.A. degree (president of Society Professional Journalists, UCF) from the University of Central Florida, and his J.D. degree (president Law College Council, 1998-1999) from the University of Florida's Frederic G. Levin College of Law program. His efforts on behalf of Florida's families, children and mature population extends beyond his office and the court house, and includes having served as a chair of the Elder Law Committee of the Orange County Bar Association. Mr. Ducker has been recognized by his peers, as he has received the Pro-Bono Champion Award of Excellence.
Tamar O. Faulhaber is an attorney and owner of Faulhaber Family Law, LLC. She is a trained guardian ad litem and domestic mediator; and over the past 17 years has handled all types of family law matters, including divorces, child support, custody, legitimation and paternity, contempt, domestic violence, international custody disputes, appeals and jury trials. In addition to the practice of domestic litigation, Ms. Faulhaber also taught domestic relations law as an adjunct professor at John Marshall Law School in Atlanta. She is admitted to practice law in California, Arizona and Georgia; and is a member of the Family Law sections of the American and Atlanta bar associations. She served on the Rules Committee to establish and maintain the Fulton County Family Division, which has served as an example as a model of a family court to other counties in the state. Ms. Faulhaber also served on the Forms Committee of the Fulton County Family Law Information Center to assist citizens of the state to represent themselves in domestic matters. She earned her bachelor's degree in philosophy, magna cum laude, with honors, from Lafayette College; and her J.D. degree from UCLA Law School.
Ledia L. Regis is an attorney with Williams & Associates Law Offices. She has diverse litigation experience, including experience in both the private sector and public sector, from a civil litigation firm to experience working in a family law, bankruptcy, personal injury, handling divorce, custody and support related issues. Ms. Regis is a member of Westchester Black Bar Association. She earned her B.A. degree from Ramapo College of New Jersey and her J.D. degree from Western Michigan University Cooley Law School.
Brandon Tyson is a sole practitioner with the Tyson Law Firm, LLC. He practices primarily in the areas of family law, collaborative family law, probate, guardianships, estate planning, and appeals. Mr. Tyson regularly assists other family law practitioners with the preparations of QDRO's, military retired pay division orders, and other appropriate court orders to divide Individual retirement accounts, municipal retirement plans, government pensions and retirement accounts. He earned his undergraduate degree, summa cum laude, from the University of Central Florida; and his J.D. degree, with honors, from the Fredric G. Levin School of Law at the University of Florida in Gainesville. Mr. Tyson is a licensed CPA and passed all four parts of the CPA exam on the first try. He is a member of The Florida Bar and has successfully represented clients in the District Court of Appeals for the State of Florida.
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