ICLE | Adoption, ART, and Paternity
Adoption, ART, and Paternity
02/11/16 Plymouth | CLE: 3.25 | Level: Intermediate
Cosponsored by the Family Law Section of the State Bar of Michigan
Family Law Certificate Program Elective Seminar

Be Prepared to Deal with Adoption or Paternity Issues

The issues of adoption, surrogacy, and paternity may not be an everyday occurrence, but they are on the rise in light of the Obergefell decision and recent paternity-related legislation. A thorough understanding of these issues is essential to providing quality advice to your clients.

A distinguished and highly experienced faculty will guide you through the maze of law and procedural steps you must be familiar with to address your clients' questions and concerns and to provide thoughtful advice when confronted with these sensitive and emotionally charged matters.

Learn to:

  • Identify the key provisions of the adoption code
  • Recognize and handle different types of adoptions
  • Determine what is required when requesting a termination of parental rights
  • Explain to your clients the various types of surrogacy arrangements and how the process works
  • Advise clients on how paternity issues may affect adoption
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