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FAMILY LAW 2016: REGULAR SERIES-CD SEMINAR (1290-1611)FAMILY LAW 2016: REGULAR SERIES-CD SEMINAR (1290-1611)
$275.00

FAMILY LAW 2016
Recorded MARCH 10, 2016

FAMILY LAW UPDATE 
Brittany N. Ranson Stonestreet, Esquire
Lyne Ranson Law Offices, PLLC – Charleston, WV

MARKETING, WEBSITE, AND CLIENT CONTACT
J. Burton Hunter, III, Esquire
J. Burton Hunter, III and Associates, PLLC – Buckhannon, WV

GUARDIANSHIP
Lisa A. Tackett, Esquire
Supreme Court of Appeals of WV – Charleston, WV

SUCCESSORSHIP PLANS
Rachael L. Fletcher Cipoletti, Chief Lawyer
West Virginia Office of Disciplinary Counsel – Charleston, WV

NUTS AND BOLTS OF DIVORCE PRACTICE
Andrew S. Nason, Esquire
Pepper & Nason – Charleston, WV
H. Beth Sears, Esquire
Hancock & Sears – Ravenswood, WV

WILLS, ESTATES, AND PROPERTY INTERSECTING WITH FAMILY LAW
Scott A. Curnutte, Esquire
Curnutte Law Offices – Elkins, WV


CUTTING EDGE TOPICS IN FAMILY LAW
As everyone who has anything to do with it knows, Family Law is an incredibly dynamic area of the law, and staying on top of the changes can be a challenge. The Court's decision, making clear that marriage rights extend to same-sex couples, has caused some obvious changes in marriage law, but it will also carry with it necessary changes in divorce and child custody law. There are other family law issues that are gaining attention as families change, including assisted reproduction and its impacts on families, the push for shared parenting, the move toward alternative dispute resolution, international and immigration law issues, and more.
Professor Kendra H. Fershee
WVU College of Law – Morgantown, WV
 
The seminar is accredited for 7.2 WV MCLE credits, including 1.5 Ethics/L.O.M credits