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Queens Matrimonial/Family Law Seminar for Mental Health Professionals

As noted here, I will be conducting New York Matrimonial & Family Law Seminar for mental health professionals along with Deborah Kaminetzky (@CedarhurstLaw on Twitter) from 9:30am to 11:00am on Tuesday, September 13, 2011 at the Adria Hotel & Conference Center at 221-17 Northern Boulevard, Bayside, NY 11361, telephone (718) 631-5900.  The cost of the event will be $30 (or $40 after September 7th) which includes a continental breakfast.

The following topics will be discussed:

1)  grounds for divorce in New York;

2) the new “no fault” divorce law;

3)  conversion divorces and separation agreements;

4) child support;

5) child custody and visitation/parenting time;

6) spousal support (temporary, durational & rehabilitative);

7) parental alienation;

8) family offenses/ domestic violence and orders of protection;

9) duty to report family offenses;

10)  NY Marriage Equality Act / same-sex marriage;

11) Prenuptial & Postnuptial Agreements;

12)  Settling a divorce (including Stipulation of Settlement);

13)  Alternative Dispute Resolution (mediation and collaborative divorce); and,

14)  Psychological testing/testimony in family/matrimonial trials.

There will also be a webinar discussing these same topics for mental health professionals on Thursday, October 6, 2011 from 12:00pm to 1:30pm.  The cost of the webinar is $15 and you must register by October 5.  The outline, link to GoToMeeting and dial-in information will be emailed ahead of time.

I hope to have the registration form posted on this website soon but in the meantime please email me at cari@rinckerlaw.com for a copy of the registration form.  I will be updating my website soon and adding an “events” page.  Please stay tuned for future dates of webinars on various agriculture law topics.

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