39th Annual Family Law Seminar 2020
Sat Dec 05 2020

Reposted from 10/7/20 Wednesday, October 14, 2020 -- 9:00 a.m. – 4:20 p.m. MCLE Credit: 6.0 (Ethics: 1.0; Live-Interactive Credit 6.0) GAL for Children CE Credit: 3.0 Cosponsored with the Family Law Section of the Virginia State Bar While COVID-19 concerns are preventing this program from occurring at locations across Virginia this year, the planning committee has worked hard to offer you the same high-quality instructional content through a remotely delivered option still providing live-interactive credit. WHY ATTEND? • Earn 6 hours of MCLE credit, including an hour of Ethics credit and 3 hours of GAL for Children CE credit • Enjoy this year’s wonderfully diverse and informative topics, including the bi-annual case law and legislative updates; domestic violence and protective orders; information-gathering and discovery, and spousal support; drafting complaints and final orders of divorce; recent updates to the Ethics rules for the family law attorney • Receive valuable written materials, including the electronic version of the just-published 2020 edition of the Virginia Family Law: A Systemic Approach handbook—a $249 value—included in the registration fee at a deep discount! (If you already own the 2020 edition, you may register at a discount.) FACULTY Christine M. Corey, Virginia State Bar / Richmond Lawrence D. Diehl, Barnes & Diehl, PC / Richmond Kellam T. Parks, Parks Zeigler, PLLC / Virginia Beach Craig W. Sampson, Barnes & Diehl, PC / Richmond Julia S. Savage, Walker Jones, PC / Warrenton William “Scotty” C. Scott, The Law Offices of William C. Scott IV PLC / Charlottesville MODERATOR - Patrick L. Maurer, Pender & Coward / Virginia Beach COURSE PLANNING COMMITTEE Regina F. Amick, Wolcott, Rivers, Gates / Virginia Beach Carolé C. Krogmann, Masterman Krogmann PC / McLean Debra Powers, Taylor Huguley Powers PLLC / Fairfax Craig W. Sampson, Barnes & Diehl, PC / Richmond REGISTER NOW -- Live Webcast / Telephone