Some family law practitioners may consider contracts to be boring or a necessary evil, but the 2021 Family Law Fall Program takes a deep dive into this practice and shows attendees that "contracts are sexy too."
Start off with a review of premarital agreements, the use of cohabitation agreements for clients who do not plan to marry and what options are available when a marriage is on the rocks — including separation agreements, parenting agreements and support agreements.
Then explore the ins and outs of resolving a family law dispute through mediation, arbitration or litigation.
- Let the Good Times Roll, Part One: Cohabitation Agreements
- Let the Good Times Roll, Part Two: Premarital Agreements
- On the Rocks
- Sealing the Deal: Mediation
- Managing the Chaos: Arbitration
- All Heck Broke Loose: Breach of Contract
Thursday, October 21, 2021
8:55 AM–3:25 PM
Click here to view the full program agenda.
- Kristin Kelly Broyles, Halvorsen Family Law Group, Winston-Salem
- Cary E. Close, Close Smith Family Law, Raleigh
- Charles W. "Chas" Coltrane, Coltrane & Overfield PLLC, Greensboro
- Michelle D. Connell, Fox Rothschild LLP, Raleigh
- T. Michael "Mike" Godley, Godley Glazer & Funk PLLC, Mooresville
- Irene P. King, King Collaborative Family Law, Charlotte
- Katie Hardersen King, Wake Family Law Group, Raleigh
- Barbara R. Morgenstern, Morgenstern & Associates PLLC, Greensboro
- Robin J. Stinson, Bell Davis & Pitt PA, Winston-Salem
NCBA Family Law Section
- Andrea Bosquez-Porter, Bosquez Porter Family Law, Raleigh (Planner)
- Monica R. Guy, Kurtz Evans Whitley Guy & Simos PLLC, Winston-Sale (Planner)
North Carolina: 5.00 MCLE Hours
Qualifies for NC State Bar Family Law Specialization
See pricing below. Discounts may be available for NCBA members who are students, law professors, judges or legal services/public interest attorneys. Call CLE at 919.677.0561 for details.