Family Law Practice & Procedure by Jennfier Vorhies & Brian Budic
Posted August 29, 2023
Specifically, they discussed how to handle divorce litigation from start to finish including court filings and appearances, discovery issues, and client management. After covering divorce, Vorhies & Budic next discussed family law issues for the unmarried client. These types of cases are commonly referred to as “non-dissolution” cases. And lastly, they discussed domestic violence issues with a focus on Temporary Restraining Orders (TRO) and Final Restraining Orders (FRO).
Vorhies says, “As an experienced family law and divorce lawyer, I know that every day will bring a new and complex legal issue. This course was a great primer for young attorneys who want to focus on family law and more-experienced lawyers who do not fully concentrate in this area.”
Budic adds, “Intimate knowledge of family law practice and procedure can truly make or break a case. For example, filing the wrong document or missing a deadline can adversely impact your client’s position. The main purpose of our program was to highlight the importance of paying attention to detail.”
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