“Breaking up is hard to do,” and it is even harder when children and finances are involved. This program is geared toward family law attorneys who are just getting started or those who are in their early years of a family law practice. From establishing a fee agreement with your clients to understanding the elements of a developmentally appropriate parenting plan, this seminar provides a solid foundation for family law attorneys and those with an interest in family law. Learn what to do when a party’s circumstances change post-settlement/post-trial but pre-judgment, and get practical advice for dealing with pro se parties. Figure out what your family law math calculations will mean to your client, and receive a primer on both establishing and disestablishing paternity.
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Paul Guastadisesgni, Ph.D., Portland
Josette Luvmour, Ph. D. , Luvmour Consulting LLC, Portland
Paul Neese, Oregon State Bar, Tigard
JoAnn B. Reynolds, Yates Matthews & Eaton PC, Portland
Michael L. Ritchey, Civil Enforcement Division, Oregon Department of Justice
Jennifer Gilmore Robinson, St. Andrew Legal Clinic, Hillsboro
Charlene Sabin, MD, Portland
Ingrid E. Slezak, Attorney at Law, Portland
Richard A. Slottee, Lewis & Clark Legal Clinic, Portland
Julie A. Stevens, Legal Aid Services of Oregon, Portland
Honorable Diana I. Stuart, Multnomah County Circuit Court, Portland
Jaye W. Taylor, Buckley LeChevallier P.C., Lake Oswego