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2020 Preventing Potential Practice Pitfalls: Navigating Everyday Family Law

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Price

$235 for VA Members
$275 for Guest Group

411 minutes
Date Published

September 16, 2020

Publisher

Virginia Trial Lawyers Association

Subjects

custody, Ethics, Family Law

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Summary

What you can expect:

Equitable Distribution: Classifying Property with John Cottrell, Cotrrell Fletcher & Cottrell

Retirement: When Is It Actually Okay for a Client to Retire? with Julie Day, Cullen, Sharp, Autry & Day

Am I Doing the Right Thing? (Ethics) with Daniel Gray, Cooper, Ginsberg & Gray

Custody Cases: To Call the Child or Not? with David Masterman, Masterman Krogmann

Mediation: How Best to Help a Mediator Help Your Client with The Hon. Stan Klein (Ret.), The McCammon Group

Judges' Panel: Dos and Don'ts of Virtual Hearings with The Hon. Thomas Mann and The Hon. John Tran, Fairfax County Circuit Court; The Hon. Daniel S. Fiore, II, Arlington Circuit Court; and The Hon. Randall G. Johnson, Jr., Henrico Circuit Court

Legislative Update with Larry Diehl, Barnes & Diehl

Case Law Update with Susan M. Hicks, Hicks Crandall Juhl

Recorded live on September 16, 2020, at the ASCE Bechtel Conference Center in Reston, VA.

In order to received credit, this course must be completed by Oct. 31, 2021.

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Presenters

Lawrence D. Diehl
Barnes & Diehl, PC

Mr. Diehl is a member of the law firm of Barnes & Diehl, P.C. and his practice is limited to family law. He practices in the... Read More

Susan M. Hicks
The Susan Hicks Group, PC

Professional Experience?Cooper Ginsberg Gray, PLLC, Fairfax, Founding Partner (2004 – present)?Shoun, Bach &Walinsky, PC,... Read More

John Cottrell
Cottrell Fletcher & Cottrell PC

John Kelsey Cottrell has been a member of Cottrell Fletcher & Cottrell since 2005. Mr. Cottrell has been involved in all... Read More

Julie Day

Julie Hottle Day, a longtime Virginia practitioner, represents parties in family law litigation and small business... Read More

Daniel Gray

Professional Experience?Cooper Ginsberg Gray, PLLC, Fairfax, Founding Partner (2004 – present)?Shoun, Bach &Walinsky, PC,... Read More

David Masterman
Masterman Krogmann, PC

David Masterman has practiced for over 30 years in Northern Virginia. He is admitted to the bars of Virginia’s state and... Read More

Hon. Stanley P. Klein, Ret.
Blankingship & Keith, PC

Areas of Experience: Family law, personal injury, medical malpractice, product liability, professional liability, employment,... Read More

Hon. Thomas P. Mann

Judge Mann graduated from New York University in 1987 with a degree in Political Science and from the Washington College of... Read More

John Tran

Upon taking the bench on July 1, 2013 Judge Tran became the 63rd Circuit Court judge of record in Fairfax County since 1742.... Read More

Hon. Daniel S. Fiore
Arlington Circuit Court

The Hon. Daniel S. Fiore, II Prior to his investiture on June 8, 2012 as a judge of the 17th Judicial Circuit, Judge Fiore... Read More

Hon. Randall G. Johnson

Judge Randall G. Johnson, Jr. was born to the late Judge Randall G. and Jacquetta B. Johnson in Bremerhaven Germany. Raised... Read More

Carole' Krogmann

Carolé Collier Krogmann has emerged as a Northern Virginia divorce lawyer with broad experience and growing recognition and... Read More

Melissa Dragone

Melissa Dragone joined Masterman Krogmann PC as an associate attorney in August 2019 after acting as the firm’s Law Clerk for... Read More

David D. Masterman

David Masterman has practiced for over 35 years in Northern Virginia. He is admitted to the bars of Virginia’s state and... Read More

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2020 Preventing Potential Practice Pitfalls: Navigating Everyday Family Law
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