Family Law Seminar Friday at Courthouse
8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., Friday, Duval County Courthouse, Jury Assembly Room.
Sponsored by: Chambers QDRO Consulting Services LLC, Divorce Power Analyzer, Mediation Service Center LLC & Exit Real Estate Gallery.
Featured speakers: Dyvonnda G. Thurston, Christie Guerrero, Justin D’Arienzo, Suzanne Greene, Connie Bird, Josh Shilts, Michael Korn, Richard Tierney, Jay Henderlite, Zachary M. Alfant.
Topics: This CLE includes practical tips and tricks for family law attorneys including: How to assess and deal with an incompetent client; perfecting the record for appeals; updates on the new Collaborative Law Statute; the differences between temporary and concurrent custody; tax issues specific to divorcing spouses; the differences between domestication and registration in Florida; and a demonstration from Divorce Power Analyzer to answer those “how do I” questions.
JBA member price: $175. Non-member price: $245. Paralegals welcome.
Find out more: Email Carla Ortiz at [email protected] for registration details. 7.5 General CLE Pending Florida Bar accreditation. Visit
jaxbar.org to register.
5th Annual Marshall M. Criser, Jr. Transactional Law CLE Seminar
The seminar will feature topics relevant to all transactional law practitioners.
Learn about the impact and consequences of social media endorsements on businesses, key aspects of documentary stamp and intangible taxes, intellectual property pitfalls, updates on developments in business law, and what to watch out for when encountering health care law issues.
Need CLE Hours? Check out The JBA website
The Jacksonville Bar Association is proud to introduce its new addition to Jaxbar.org — a full access CLE video library where you can purchase online CLE presentations and get those CLE credits you need from your home or office. You may choose from as few as .5 CLER hours to as many as 8.0 CLER hours, including various certification hours. Just select the videos that correspond with the CLE credits you need, purchase them, watch online and submit for credit.
Topics include family law, technology law, transactional law and professionalism for new practitioners.