37th Annual Family Law Seminar 2018 (Online Seminar)

MCLE Credits: 6.0
Ethics Credits Included: 1.0

MCLE Credit: 6.0 (Ethics: 1.0)
Live-Interactive Credit: 0.0
Price: $295 (Includes a downloadable audio version.)
Viewable Through: 9/30/2021

Information

A pre-recorded streaming VIDEO replay of the October 2018 live seminar, 37th Annual Family Law Seminar.


For over three decades, this annual event has brought together family law attorneys from across Virginia for an indispensable educational and networking opportunity. As usual, the seminar offers six hours of CLE credit for attorneys, ranging from annual ethics and case law updates to specific programs on the most pressing domestic issues.

This year’s topics include:

  • Bi-annual Case Law and Legislative Updates
  • A CPA’s perspective on the recent tax law changes and their effects on family law matters
  • A clinician’s perspective on the different types of forensic psychological evaluations in the domestic relations context, and when and how to use them
  • A lawyer’s perspective on using and defending forensic psychological evaluations in the domestic relations context
  • The ethical issues involved with attorney trust accounts and handling your client’s money
 

Schedule

COURSE TOPICS

Handling Your Money Ethically
Susan M. Hicks

A discussion of the ethical issues involved with attorney trust accounts and handling your client’s money.
Bi-annual Case Law Update
Edward D. Barnes

A thorough review of significant family law cases affecting Virginia attorneys from the past six months.  

Bi-annual Legislative Update
Craig W. Sampson

A comprehensive summary of the status of recent legislative changes affecting family law in Virginia.

When and How to Use Forensic Psychological Evaluations:  A Doctor’s Perspective
Dr. Keith E. Fender

A clinician’s perspective on the different types of forensic psychological evaluations in the domestic relations context, and when and how to use them.
When and How to Use Forensic Psychological Evaluations:  A Lawyer’s Perspective
Charles E. Powers

A lawyer’s take on using and defending forensic psychological evaluations in the domestic relations context.
Effects of the New Tax Law Changes on Family Law Matters:  A CPA’s Perspective
Mark C. Vogel

An in-depth analysis of the recent tax law changes and their effects on family law matters.

Faculty

FACULTY

Edward D. Barnes, Barnes & Diehl, P.C. / Richmond
Dr. Keith E. Fender, Blue Ridge Counseling, LLC / Radford
Susan Hicks, The Susan Hicks Group OC / Fairfax
Charles E.  Powers, Batzli Stiles Butler PC / Richmond
Craig W. Sampson, Barnes & Diehl, P.C. / Richmond
Mark C. Vogel, Gross Mendelsohn / Fairfax

MODERATORS

Robert E. Henley III, Batzli Stiles Butler PC / Richmond (Richmond)

PROGRAM PLANNERS

Robert E. Henley III, Batzli Stiles Butler PC / Richmond
Richard B. Orsino, The Orsino Law Firm / Fairfax
Melanie E. Peters, Weaver Law Firm, P.C. / Roanoke

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