Articles and Presentations

ARTICLES/PRESENTATIONS

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‘TIL DEATH DO US PART: How to Protect Assets in the Event of a Spouse’s Death Pending Divorce
Presented: Family Law Institute

Premarital Evidentiary Issues – Opening Statements
Presented: Family Law Institute
Determining and Dividing Marital Properties
Presented: NBI Seminar
Domestic Taxation and Other Accounting Issues in Domestic Litigation
Presented: Society of CPAs, Litigation Services Conference
Published: State Bar Family Law Section Newsletter
How to Ensure that a Witness is Present/The Proper Use of Subpoenas or Motions for Continuance
Presented: ABA Seminar
Published: State Bar Family Law Section Newsletter
Direct Examination of a Psychologist in a Custody Case
Presented: NBI Seminar
(Using the Psychology Expert in Custody and Visitation Issues)
Presented: Family Law Institute
Role and Relationship of a Psychologist in Family Law Practice
Presented: NBI Seminar
(Using the Psychology Expert in Custody and Visitation Issues)
Direct and Cross Examination of a Psychologist
Presented: NBI Seminar
(Using the Psychology Expert in Custody and Visitation Issues)
Enforcement of Judgments, Child Support and Visitation, The Lawyer’s Perspective
Presented: ABA Seminar
Published: State Bar Family Law Section Newsletter
Guardians Ad Litem
Presented: NBI Seminar
(Child Custody and Visitation)
Commencing or Defending an Initial Custody Proceeding
Presented: NBI Seminar
(Child Custody and Visitation)
Trial Issues for Child Custody and Visitation
Presented: NBI Seminar
(Child Custody and Visitation)
Premarital Agreements
Presented: NBI Seminar
(Domestic Law)
Custody Modification Proceedings
Presented: NBI Seminar
(Child Custody and Visitation)
Ethics as It Relates to Domestic Law
Presented: NBI Seminar
(Child Custody and Visitation)
Experts
Presented: NBI Seminar
(Child Custody and Visitation)
Legislative
Presented: NBI Seminar
(Child Custody and Visitation)
Divorce Taxation
Published: The Atlanta Lawyer, Second Quarter 1993
Attorney’s Fees: How to Get Paid for What You Do
Presented: State Bar Family Law Seminar
Published: State Bar Family Law Section Newsletter