ICLE | Resolving a Custody Dispute and Drafting the Settlement Agreement (January 2021)
Resolving a Custody Dispute and Drafting the Settlement Agreement (January 2021)
01/21/21 Livestream | CLE: 5.25 | Level: Basic/Intermediate/Advanced
Cosponsored by the Family Law Section of the State Bar of Michigan
Family Law Certificate Program Required Seminar

Hands-On Help for Custody Disputes

Understand the best solutions to typical issues found in child custody disputes. In this unique hands-on workshop, participants work in groups to plan and present their solutions to a hypothetical case study. A leading family law practitioner guides discussion, critiques each group, and lectures on selected topics. Everyone receives a complete set of faculty-drafted sample documents.

Limited to 27 participants, this workshop delivers focused faculty attention and the opportunity to hear from your colleagues. Participants also have a chance to talk one-on-one with faculty at the included luncheon.

This workshop is limited to Family Law Certificate Program participants and requires advanced preparation.*

Available Formats
*Prepare in advance with seminar materials available electronically on the ICLE website four weeks before your seminar. You will receive e-mail notification of when the materials are available online.

POLICY INFO: You must be a part of the FLCP to attend. The seminar fulfills one of the limited enrollment seminar requirement for the FLCP. Before attending, registrants must have completed the following seminars: Fundamentals of Divorce Practice & Procedure, Handling Child Custody, Child Support & Parenting Time, and Handling Property Division and Spousal Support Issue. Walk-in registrations are not permitted for this seminar.
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