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Live Webcast | Isn't There an Expert for That? (2022 Family Law Intensive Program)

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Family law practitioners rely on experts to help build their cases, but how do you know when an expert is really an expert? This program reviews how to qualify a subject matter expert and how to utilize their knowledge.

Hear from financial and technology experts, as well as numerous experts on equitable distribution for cases involving taxes, executive compensation and intellectual property.

Then take an in-depth look at business valuations — specifically, the impacts of COVID-19 and real estate appraisals. Attendees also learn about the use of experts in vocational, rehabilitation and child custody cases.


  • Qualifying Experts
  • Financial Experts
  • Business Valuations
  • Taxes
  • Executive Compensation
  • Technology Experts
  • Vocational and Rehabilitation Experts
  • The Impact of COVID-19
  • Valuing Intellectual Property
  • Custody Case Experts
  • Real Estate Appraisal

Live Webcast
Thursday-Friday, January 27-28, 2022
Day 1: 8:55 AM–4:30 PM
Day 2: 8:55 AM–4:40 PM

Click here to view the full program agenda.


  • Neil Beaton, Alvarez & Marsal Valuation Services, Seattle, WA
  • Kimberly W. Bryan, Parker Bryan Family Law, Raleigh
  • Sherry W. Campbell, Hutchinson Family Offices, Greensboro
  • Victoria Coble, Clarity Financial Consulting LLC, Charlotte
  • J. Wade Harrison, Harrison Whitaker, Burlington
  • Stephanie T. Jenkins, Parker Bryan Family Law, Raleigh
  • G. Russell "Russ" Kornegay III, James McElroy & Diehl PA, Charlotte
  • Tim Morrison, Clarity Financial Consulting LLC, Charlotte
  • Preston O. Odom III, James McElroy & Diehl PA, Charlotte
  • Michael A. Paschall, Banister Financial Inc., Charlotte
  • Carolyn Pender-Roche, Ph.D., Next Step Psychology PLLC, Durham
  • Katherine Wempe Smith, James McElroy & Diehl PA, Charlotte
  • Jon Strickland, Elliott Davis PLLC, Raleigh
  • Maria Vargas, Vargas Vocational Consulting, Belmont
  • Lori M. Vitale, Vitale Family Law, Raleigh
  • Clark C. Walton, Reliance Forensics LLC, Charlotte
  • Arlene M. Zipp, Roberson Haworth & Reese PLLC, High Point

NCBA Family Law Section

  • Shelby D. Benton, Benton Family Law, Goldsboro (Planner)
  • Nancy L. Grace, Wake Family Law Group, Raleigh (Planner)
  • Tate K. Sterrett, Offit Kurman, Charlotte (Planner)

North Carolina: 12.00 MCLE Hours

Qualifies for NC State Bar Family Law Specialization

In order to qualify, each registrant must be a Family Law Section member and certify the following:

  1. You are a NC State Bar Family Law Specialist, or
  2. You have practiced family law for at least 8 years and family law is your primary area of practice.

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