Education does not end for attorneys following their graduation from law school and receiving their license to practice. Maintaining membership in bar associations requires 12 credits per year, including four that involve ethics. Regardless of their standing in the industry, all lawyers must fulfill those obligations involving continuing legal education.
This coming December, Elizabeth Beroes will be speaking before her peers with a presentation titled, “A Comprehensive, Hands-On Approach to Divorce Practice.” As a longtime attorney, she will provide practice pointers, best practices, and sample forms that can build and streamline the divorce process. The goal for those attending is to establish a sound foundation by bringing together insight that includes real-world tips and techniques that help throughout every step of the process.
Peers benefitting from her experience and insight
Those attending the fast-paced, information-packed program will go beyond the textbooks and into the real-life insights from a seasoned and successful divorce attorney providing practice pointers, best practices, and sample forms.
A successful outcome must start on the right foot. That’s where Elizabeth Beroes can help in providing valuable insight in streamlining motion practices, providing discovery tools, and valuing and dividing marital property.
Specific courses include:
- Client Intake and Preliminary Steps
- Motions in Divorce (With Samples)
- Discovery Procedure and Finding Hidden Assets
- Valuing and Dividing Assets
- Experts in Divorce
- Custody, Visitation, and Support: A Practical Guide
- Negotiating the Final Settlement and Trial
- Legal Ethics
The presentation will be on December 9th, 2021, from 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM Eastern. More information, including registration, can be found here.