The Special Business of Family Law

This webinar concentrates on the specific duties of the lawyer in cases that involve high client emotions and high conflict, including strategies for realistic case evaluation, client communication and additional provisions which assist the lawyer in abiding by fiduciary obligations owed to the client. This seminar will also discuss the ethical obligations of ethical billing and poor billing habits which destroy client confidence. Finally, the presentation discusses the lawful use of trust accounts in the Family Law context.

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  • Arkansas - 1.0 Total General Credits; 0.5 Total Ethics Credits
  • California - 1.0 Total General Credits; 0.5 Total Ethics Credits
  • Colorado - 1.0 Total General Credits; 0.5 Total Ethics Credits
  • Florida - 1.0 Total General Credits; 0.5 Total Ethics Credits
  • Georgia - 1.0 Total General Credits; 0.5 Total Ethics Credits
  • Hawaii - 1.0 Total General Credits; 0.5 Total Ethics Credits
  • Illinois - 1.0 Total General Credits; 0.5 Total Ethics Credits
  • Iowa - 1.0 Total General Credits; 0.5 Total Ethics Credits
  • Kansas - 1.0 Total General Credits; 0.5 Total Ethics Credits
  • Louisiana - 1.0 Total General Credits; 0.5 Total Ethics Credits
  • Mississippi - 1.0 Total General Credits; 0.5 Total Ethics Credits
  • Missouri - 1.0 Total General Credits; 0.5 Total Ethics Credits
  • Montana - 1.0 Total General Credits; 0.5 Total Ethics Credits
  • Nebraska - 1.0 Total General Credits; 0.5 Total Ethics Credits
  • New Jersey - 1.0 Total General Credits; 0.5 Total Ethics Credits
  • New Mexico - 1.0 Total General Credits; 0.5 Total Ethics Credits
  • North Carolina - 1.0 Total General Credits; 0.5 Total Ethics Credits
  • North Dakota - 1.0 Total General Credits; 0.5 Total Ethics Credits
  • Ohio - 1.0 Total General Credits; 0.5 Total Ethics Credits
  • Oklahoma - 1.0 Total General Credits; 0.5 Total Ethics Credits
  • Oregon - 1.0 Total General Credits; 0.5 Total Ethics Credits
  • Texas - 1.0 Total General Credits; 0.5 Total Ethics Credits
  • Virginia - 1.0 Total General Credits; 0.5 Total Ethics Credits
  • West Virginia - 1.0 Total General Credits; 0.5 Total Ethics Credits
  • Wisconsin - 1.0 Total General Credits; 0.5 Total Ethics Credits
  • Wyoming - 1.0 Total General Credits; 0.5 Total Ethics Credits

Course Details:

Formats Available
Audio Recording, Video, Text
Release Date
Jun 28, 2017
On Demand
Available now
Course Duration
60 minutes
Cost
Free

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