Postjudgment Custody, Parenting Time, and Support
"Final judgment" doesn't mean your case is over. Sharpen your skills so you can achieve optimal results for families as they go forward.
"Final judgment" doesn't mean your case is over.
Sharpen your skills so you can achieve optimal results
for families as they go forward.
Examine complex postjudgment issues in a divorce case with two minor children. Take away expert insight on everything from managing co-parenting issues to handling tricky hearings. Plus, who couldn't use ideas for managing a difficult client? We show you how.
Sharpen your skills for modification motions and see how a judge would rule in a tough case.
Establish a Strategy Related
Build the Case to Support or Oppose a Modification
Prepare and Respond to Motion for Modification and Handle the Threshold Hearing
Prepare for the Hearing on the Motion for Modification
Handle the Hearing on the Motion for Modification
Master complicated and time-sensitive motions. Draft effective briefs and present compelling evidence.
Establish a Move Away Strategy
Prepare the Case to Support or Oppose a Move Away
Prepare for a Hearing in a Move Away Case
Handle a Hearing in a Move Away Case
Give clients the tools to manage co-parenting disputes.
Assess What the Family Needs to Address
Recommend Potential Therapists or Parenting Coordinators to the Client
Ensure court order compliance with the right enforcement options. Recommend when to use FOC.
Advise the Client on Enforcement Options
Move to Enforce the Custody and Parenting Time or Child Support Order
Prepare or Respond to Motion for Order to Show Cause
Handle Hearings on Show Cause Motions
Guide clients to best choices for modifying support and manage expectations.
Handle the Initial Client Meeting
Navigate the Modification Procedure and Motion Practice
Handle a Motion Hearing on Modification of Child Support
Navigate motions for reconsideration and appeals.
Assess Your Options for Challenging a
Judgment or an Order
Handle an Appeal
has 20+ years of experience in family law. He is a Fellow of the AAML, trained mediator, and arbitrator. He gives you practical tips on filing and arguing various postjudgment motions.
has 20+ years of experience in family law. She is a Fellow of the AAML and a certified mediator. She shows you how to develop and execute the best strategies in move-away cases.
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