In two weeks, John and I will embark on our CLE tour across the state to present “Tennessee Family Law Update 2013.” The first week has us in Memphis, Jackson, and my hometown of Nashville. The following week we sweep through beautiful East Tennessee with visits to Chattanooga and Johnson City before returning to Knoxville for the big finale here.
We have been working long hours over the past several months to get everything ready. At this point, we are putting the finishing touches on our PowerPoint slides and speaker’s notes. Next up will be rehearsing the presentations to make sure the timing is just right. Yes, it’s a lot of work, but we respect your time and are committed to making it worth your while.
Even though I keep current on Tennessee family law by writing this blog, it’s easy to lose track of all that has occurred with Tennessee family law over the year. Selecting the highlights for the seminar reminds me just how much activity has taken place since last year’s seminar. Let’s just say we have much to discuss! My portion of the seminar — case law and legislative updates — is 99% ready barring the release of some groundbreaking opinion in the next few weeks (which seems to happen every year; I’m starting to think the appellate courts do it intentionally).
John is also hard at work finishing his portions of the seminar. He will present information about the “maximum participation” amendment that is sure to raise some eyebrows.
Ultimately, our goal is to educate you and arm you with arguments that have support in Tennessee’s case law. By that standard, this year’s seminar will definitely be a success.
We are looking forward to traveling across the state and meeting many of you. If you haven’t signed up yet, please go ahead and do so. It is helpful to have an accurate head count for food and parking.
For more information or to register, please CLICK HERE or click the image in the upper left corner of this post.
Information provided by K.O. Herston: Knoxville, Tennessee Divorce, Matrimonial and Family Law Attorney.
- Postnuptial Agreements on the Rise (herstontennesseefamilylaw.com)
- Tennessee Supreme Court Changes Standard for Material Change of Circumstances When Modifying Parenting Schedule: Armbrister v. Armbrister (herstontennesseefamilylaw.com)
- Postnuptial Agreement Upheld and Enforced in McMinnville: Rickman v. Rickman (herstontennesseefamilylaw.com)
- Attorney’s Fee Lien Upheld in 2-1 Decsision in High Net Worth Divorce in Memphis: Coleman v. Coleman (herstontennesseefamilylaw.com)
- Alimony From Other Parent Not Considered Income for Child Support Purposes in Chattanooga: Ghorashi-Bajestani v. Bajestani (herstontennesseefamilylaw.com)