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Collaborative family practice: the alternative to divorce

MAY 8, 2013 Registration 11:30a.m. | Seminar 12 - 1:00p.m. 1.0 CLE Hours Register


WHO SHOULD ATTEND:  Family law practitioners who would like a basic knowledge of collaborative practice and other lawyers who need to know referral options for their clients starting the divorce process.

OVERVIEW:   Although well established nationwide, collaborative family law is a new alternative dispute resolution tool available to families divorcing and post divorce in Tennessee. The focus on collaborative is the parties and their professionals working as a team to reach a durable negotiated settlement.

Presenters in this seminar will focus on the basics of the collaborative process including: the team concept; the members of the team; how lawyers, financial neutrals, and mental health professionals work together; and the attorney opt-out provision.

YOU WILL LEARN:

  1.          1. An important alternative available to clients
  2.          2. The elements of collaborative law
  3.          3. The difference between collaborative practice and mediation
  4.          4. Clients who may and who may not be suitable for collaborative work
  5.          5. The ethics of collaborative practice

FACULTY:
IRWIN KUHN,
Dobbins, Venick, Kuhn & Byassee, PLLC, is President of the Middle Tennessee Collaborative Alliance.
MARLENE ESKIND MOSES, MTR Family Law,  PLLC, is Protocols Chair od the Middle Tennessee Collaborative Alliance.

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Received before or on MAY 6:
$45 NBA member; $55 non-member

Received after MAY 6:
$55 NBA member; $65 non-member
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Registration must be received before or onMAY 6 to guarantee written materials at the program. No refunds will be issued after the registration deadline; however, a substitute may attend for a registered participant.

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seminars Details

REGISTRATION:
11:30 A.M.
SEMINAR:
12 - 1:00 P.M.
-------------------------------------------------------------- CREDIT: 1.0 CLE HOURS -GENERAL

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LOCATION:
NASHILLE BAR ASSOCIATION, Conf. Rm

One Nashville Place, 150 Fourth Avenue, Suite 1050 Nashville, TN 37219
PH: 615-242-9272
Click Here for Directions

Parking:
1.
4th Ave. next to One Nashville Place
(“Garage Full” does not apply to NBA visitors)
2. 4th Ave. across from One Nashville Place
3. Commerce Street
4. Main Library (between 6th & 7th Avenues)
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PRODUCERS:
IRWIN KUHN,
Dobbins, Venick, Kuhn & Byassee, PLLC

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TN CLE Requirements: 
Fifteen hours per year, including three hours of Ethics & Professionalism. Must be reported by December 31.

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