Our annual tour presenting the Tennessee Family Law Update seminar begins one month from today! Yikes!
Much has transpired since last year’s seminar. Since then the courts have clarified:
- what “maximum participation” means (and what it does NOT mean);
- the effect of anti-relocation provisions commonly used in parenting plans; and
- criminal contempt, what makes one the “prevailing party” for an award of attorney’s fees, same-sex marriage and divorce, and much, much more!
Join us in:
- Memphis: Monday, November 16;
- Nashville: Tuesday, November 17;
- Chattanooga: Wednesday, November 18;
- Johnson City: Thursday, November 19; and
- Knoxville: Friday, November 20.
Last year’s attendees said:
- This is the best CLE I have ever attended. – Pam Blair, Esq., Memphis
- This seminar is by far the most helpful family law CLE each year. It is a “can’t miss” for me. – Melody Luhn, Esq., Knoxville
- Most useful family law seminar I have ever attended! – Alice Alexander, Esq., Kingsport
- If you practice family law and don’t attend this CLE, you are doing yourself and your clients a disservice. – Christopher Seaton, Esq., Knoxville
If you haven’t already signed up, please don’t wait any longer. I really look forward to meeting readers of this blog.
Information provided by K.O. Herston: Knoxville, Tennessee Divorce and Family Law Attorney.