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Ethical Considerations in Family Law Matters

A panel of family law practitioners share how to deal with potential clients, opposing counsel and the Court to avoid ethics problems in your family law practice. Topics covered are:

  • • Initial consultations and forming attorney client relationships
  • • Civility considerations
  • • Minor children
  • • Termination of Representation
  • • Rule 137 sanctions and Himmel
Credits: 0 General, 0 Diversity/Inclusion PR, 0 MH/SA PR, 1 Other PR
SKU: H8105-21E
$80.00 or 1.00 credits
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Expires: 2/1/2023

Faculty: 

Wendy Musielak, Esp Kreuzer Cores LLP

Sean McCumber and Raiford Palmer, Sullivan Taylor Gumina & Palmer P.C.  

Marie Sarantakis, Sarantakis Law Group, Ltd.

Expires: 2/1/2023

Faculty: 

Wendy Musielak, Esp Kreuzer Cores LLP

Sean McCumber and Raiford Palmer, Sullivan Taylor Gumina & Palmer P.C.  

Marie Sarantakis, Sarantakis Law Group, Ltd.

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Program Date1/25/2021
Products specifications
Program Date1/25/2021
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