We encounter assumptions, presumptions and suppositions nearly every day in the practice of family law. Some of these are set out in statutes, some are derived from case law, and some come from local practice or personal experience.
Join us for a discussion of these assumptions, presumptions and suppositions related to custody, child support, alimony, equitable distribution, appeals and mental health, with a focus on what they are and how to overcome them.
Then question whether they actually do any good, whether they need to be changed, and whether we need more of them.
- Child Support
- Mental Health
- Equitable Distribution
Rebroadcast (Original Live Webcast Date: September 9, 2022)
Monday, November 14, 2022
8:55 AM–3:50 PM
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- Elizabeth J. "Libby" James, Offit Kurman, Charlotte
- Nadia A. Margherio, Sodoma Law, Charlotte
- Jonathan G. McGirt, Jonathan G. McGirt Attorney at Law, Raleigh
- Leigh B. Sellers, Touchstone Family Law, Charlotte
- Ketan P. Soni, Soni Brendle, Charlotte
- Rebecca K. Watts, Collins Family Law Group, Charlotte
NCBA Family Law Section
- Chelsea E. Gajewski, Sodoma Law, Charlotte (Planner)
- Rebecca K. Watts, Collins Family Law Group, Charlotte (Planner)
North Carolina: 5.75 MCLE Hours
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.