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Family Law

The Family Law course will give the you the tools necessary to support an attorney in a family law practice. A domestic attorney is responsible for a number of separate issues--from adoptions through uncontested and contested divorces to child custody and child support recovery actions. Each area of practice has separate documents, procedures, and requirements that must be met by the attorney with the paralegal's help. This course will outline the different situations that youl will need to navigate and introduce you to the types of work that a lawyer will expect from a paralegal, both for document preparation and hearing and trial preparation.

Code:15372701
Dates:March 2-26, 2015    Check for other dates
Meets:Monday, Thursday: 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM
Hours:16.00
CEUS:1.60
Location:Macon Center 429
Instructor:Ashley Mackin Brodie
Fee:$149.00    

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