- Update of Virginia Family Law
- A Few Good Lawyers--Can You Handle The Truth About Ethics?
- Making A Silk Purse Out of a Sow's Ear
- Modern Families: Do Grandma, Grandpa, or Auntie Ann Have Custody or Visitation Rights?
- Are The "New" Rules of Evidence Really New?
- Judge's Panel Hypothetical Questions
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Challenging Issues in Today’s Family Law Practice
A thorough review of the significant family law cases from the past six months; a look at timely issues related to ethics (including what you should do when the other side calls); how to rehabilitate your “less-than perfect” client through the use of pretrial discovery; the law giving the standing of third parties to pursue custody or visitation of a child, with examples of recent cases to illustrate how it has been applied by our courts to various factual scenarios; a review of the “new” rules of evidence that went into effect on July 1, and their application to family law cases; and more.
This comprehensive, stand-alone publication is direct from an October 2012 seminar cosponsored with the Family Law Section of The Virginia Bar Association. It is available in print or searchable PDF via download, USB Flash Drive, or CD-ROM. Click here for more information on electronic books.
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