10 Oct Margot Alicks to Moderate November Judicial Family Law CLE in Denver
BAM PC partner Margot Alicks will return for the second year in a row to moderate a November 30 CLE Judicial Panel Seminar, “What Family Court Judges Want You to Know.”
Margot is an experienced presenter for continuing legal education seminars, including, an April 2015 CJI-CBA CLE, “Straight Talk with Judges: Effective Use of Financial Analysis Including Business Valuations in Civil and Family Law Cases,” April 2015, a 2016 National Business Institute CLE, “Divorce Cases from Start to Finish,” and the 2017 iteration of this upcoming judicial panel NBI CLE, “As Judges See It: Top Mistakes Attorneys Make in Family Court.”
This year, “What Family Court Judges Want You to Know” will be a full-day intermediate level CLE seminar designed for domestic and family law attorneys and other professionals who want to advance their knowledge of higher complexity family law issues and offer their clients the solid, straightforward advice they need to get through a family law case.
The unique “roundtable” format includes presentations by – and opportunities for – direct questions to and discussion of complex family law issues with the Judges and Magistrates who decide them. Participants will receive practical suggestions for enhancing courtroom performance, strategy, and effective action on behalf of their clients.
Course topics include:
- Civil procedure in family law matters
- How to approach child custody disputes
- Child support disputes
- The best interests of the child standard
- Domestic abuse in family law matters
- Complex finance and property division issues
- Legal ethics – The Judicial View
- Trial practice tips in family court
The seminar is offered through the National Business Institute (NBI) on November 30, 2018, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the following location:
Holiday Inn Denver-Cherry Creek
455 South Colorado Boulevard
Denver, CO 80246
The program has been accredited for 7.0 hours of General Colorado Continuing Legal Education Credit, including 1.2 hours of ethics credit.
Get more information on the seminar and register here. As this is a popular event, pre-registration is encouraged.