Personal tools

Family Law Training


  • Starts:

    06/17/2015 - 09:00 AM
  • Ends:

    06/18/2015 - 05:00 PM

Registration and Documents:

For registration and documents, please
log in.



This two day conference is aimed at attorneys who have some family law experience. In addition to basic sessions, the training will cover a wide range of topics that go beyond the basics of domestic relations practice. Basic sessions will include presenting evidence and the basics of public benefits. Sessions for more experienced attorneys include electronic evidence and bankruptcy issues that impact divorce. Other sessions for family law attorneys of all levels of experience include: cultural issues in family law cases, using the UCCJEA in cases involving domestic violence, and using mental health experts on a legal services budget. Finally, we are pleased to have Preston Findlay from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children in Washington DC, who will discuss remedies to prevent and respond to parental kidnapping.

We have applied for Ohio and Indiana CLE credits for this training. CORT is a recognized training sponsor in West Virginia.


Nicole Appleberry, University of Michigan Law School.
Debra Chopp, University of Michigan Law School
Preston Findlay, National Center for Missing and Exploited Children
Stuart Gold, Gold, Land & Majoros, P.C
Lisa Gretchko, Howard & Howard Attorneys, PLLC
Pamela S. Ludolph, Clinical and Forensic Psychologist
Bruce Perrone, Legal Aid of Western Virginia
Ruby Robinson, Michigan Immigrant Rights Center
Lisa Ruby, Michigan Poverty Law Program
Katherine Sharkey, Nichols Sacs Slank Sendelback & Buiteweg PC
Rebecca Shiemke, Michigan Poverty Law Program
Brian Wassom, Honigman Miller Schwartz
Tracy Van den Bergh, Legal Services of South Central Michigan

Document Actions