Understand Your Role in a Divorce Case
As a family law paralegal, your role is multi-faceted. You serve as the client confidant, information manager and attorney liaison all at the same time. While many of the issues you deal with on a regular basis will have their similarities, no two cases will be exactly alike - and the emotionally charged nature of the divorce process only adds another layer of complexity. Building processes and procedures that help you to effectively manage your multiple responsibilities will not only help you to become more efficient and effective, but increase your potential for professional growth. Register today!
- Gather facts that will help your attorney assess the case.
- Locate hidden assets that are critical to the final outcome.
- Draft preliminary discovery documents which maximize results.
- Effectively manage case documents throughout the process.
- Establish procedures for working with experts both before and during trial.
- Calculate arrearage and wage assignments when handling support issues.
- Manage property division and distribution with minimal problems.
Who Should Attend
This intermediate level course will provide the necessary skills for attendees to effectively assist with divorce cases. Those who should attend include:
- Legal Technicians
- Legal Assistants
- Legal Support Staff
- Initial Interviews and Pleadings
- Discovery Guidelines
- Case Management Tips
- Keys to Managing Financial Information
- Child Support and Custody Issues
- Your Role During Settlement and Trial
- Qualified Domestic Relations Orders (QDROs)
Continuing Education Credits
California MCLE Paralegal – California MCLE Paralegal: 6.00
DPA Delaware Certified Paralegal Program – DPA Delaware Certified Paralegal Program: 6.00
Florida Registered Paralegal Program – Florida Registered Paralegal: 6.00
Indiana Paralegal CLE – Indiana Paralegal CLE: 6.00
Montana CLE Credit for Paralegals – Montana CLE Credit for Paralegals: 6.00
National Association of Legal Assistants, Inc. – NALA: 6.00
National Federation of Paralegal Associations, Inc. – NFPA: 6.00
North Carolina State Bar Board of Paralegal Certification – North Carolina Continuing Paralegal Education: 6.00
Ohio Certified Paralegals – Ohio Certified Paralegals: 6.00
Paralegal Division of the State Bar of New Mexico – Paralegal Division of the State Bar of New Mexico: 6.00
TBLS Paralegal Certification – TBLS Paralegal Certification: 6.00 *
Washington State Paralegal Association – Washington State Paralegal Association: 6.00
* denotes specialty creditsRegister Now