Domestic Violence Issues in Family Law – Donald G. Tye Panelist at BBA Continuing Legal Education Program

March 3, 2014

Prince Lobel Tye Domestic Relations Practice Group Co-chair Donald G. Tye joins a panel of experts sharing best practices when representing a domestic violence victim in district and probate courts, including:

  • Restraining orders
  • Conducting the initial client meeting and case assessment
  • Negotiating with an opposing party
  • The Custodial Presumption Act
  • Presenting domestic violence issues in divorce and custody matters in the Probate and Family Courts
  • Ethical concerns and considerations

Prince Lobel Tye Domestic Relations Practice Group associate Anna Martignetti is co-chair of this Boston Bar Association CLE program. Click here for more information.

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