MCLE Seminar - Trying Divorce Cases


9:00am - 5:00pm

Location: MCLE Conference Center | 10 Winter Place, via Winter Street

Gain valuable insight into how to prepare and try a divorce case Although only a small percentage of divorce cases are actually tried to conclusion, the successful domestic relations practitioner must be prepared to try cases or to successfully negotiate a settlement. This program helps you improve your trial technique by giving you the unique opportunity to observe seasoned domestic relations practitioners in action. Throughout the program, experienced domestic relations trial practitioners try a mock divorce case from start to finish. A real estate broker and forensic accountant testify about the value of a marital home and how to locate and value assets and small business income. A vocational expert explains attribution of income. A Probate and Family Court judge presides over the trial and critiques each segment as it is presented. Don’t miss this opportunity to spend a day with litigation experts to gain valuable insight into how to prepare and try a divorce case!


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