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On April 19, 2007 the Kentucky Chapter of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers will welcome back James A. Hennenhoefer, Vista, CA, the President-Elect of the AAML. He will speak this year on Representing the Economically Disadvantaged Spouse. Also back by popular demand is Norman D. Levin, an AAML Fellow from Orlando, FL who will...
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The Kentucky Chapter of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers is hosting its 10th annual seminar April 19-April 20, 2007 in Louisville. Highlights this year include: Prof. Mary M. Beck, Missouri University Law School presenting “Fathers’ Registries – Why Every State Needs One” and “Putative Fathers or Pop Up Pops” and David H. Levy, “Use...
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The 16th annual Domestic Relations Update will be February 23, 2007, 11-1 at the LBA, hosted by Hon. Richard A.Revell and yours truly. For blog readers, you already have the cases and digests. The best part of this CLE, though, is always the discussion about these cases. Click here for info on the seminar and...
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Tax Issues Relating to Asset Division in Divorce, sponsored by the American Bar Association Section of Family Law and the Center for Continuing Legal Education will be presented Wednesday, January 24, 2007 The online session will cover the following: Valuation issues in a closely held business Tax issues relating to the asset division Allocation of...
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The National Center for Family Law will be presenting the First National Family Law Symposium Sunday, September 16 – Tuesday, September 18, 2007 at the University of Richmond School of Law. It is designed for family law practitioners, judges, professors and mental health professionals interested in the law and social policies impacting families and children....
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The AAML annual meeting in Chicago was filled with the best yet CLE. I often return from these meetings feeling the material is indispensable; this year was over-the-top fabulous. I am not unaware of the furor in some circles about blogging the content of paid seminars over the internet. Of more concern to me is...
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You need not be an Academy Fellow to attend the outstanding seminars the AAML holds each November in Chicago and each March in some warm paradise. Attached is the registration form and here are some of the topics: Thursday, November 9, 2006 Professor Robert Mnookin from Harvard will present Negotiation Techniques by the Expert Friday,...
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Here’s the registration form and the following is the line up for the ABA Family Law Section Seminar October 25-28, 2006 in Santa Fe: Plenary Sessions: Efficient Divorce Practice in the 21st Century: Using Financial Advisors With Any Budget A panel including financial advisors will explore strategies to use advisors in domestic relations matters and...
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Modern Divorce Advocacy course marks NITA’s first foray into family law. I’d be very interested in hearing about the program from attendees. The excellent ABA Family Law Trial Advocacy Institute about which we’ve posted has such a limited enrollment that other such national programs are needed. Here’s the NITA press release: Louisville, Colo. (PRWEB) October...
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November 1, 2006: Save the date. The Kentucky Collaborative Family Network is hosting a collaborative family law training featuring national gurus, Pauline Tessler and Peggy Thompson. Details to follow.
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