Upcoming CLEs: Advanced & Emerging Family Law Issues

Posted on December 02, 2014 04:25pm
Upcoming CLEs: Advanced & Emerging Family Law Issues

Attorneys from McKinley Irvin will be presenting at these upcoming CLEs:

Family Law: Advanced Issues (WA CLE – 6.00)

Featuring MI attorneys Lindsay Camandona , Kim Schnuelle, and Lindsay Noel


Seattle, WA – Washington State Convention Center
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Tacoma, WA – Courtyard Tacoma Downtown
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Course Content:

  • Unions of Same-Sex and Unmarried Couples
  • Special Issues in Military Divorce
  • Child Evaluations in Custody and Support Litigation
  • Equitable Distribution of Pension and Retirement Plans
  • When Bankruptcy Meets Divorce
  • Ethics in Family Law
  • Collaborative Divorce: A New Approach to Family Law

Emerging Family Law Issues (WA CLE – Ethics: 1.00, General 5.00)


Seattle, WA – WSBA Conference Center or via Webcast

Topics will include:

  • Spousal maintenance and affidavits of support
  • Dealing with the self-represented litigant in family law cases: ethical concerns
  • Using immigration status in custody determinations
  • Military family law
  • Evidence
  • THC extractions - a new concern in family law
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