Trying Divorce Cases: Donald G. Tye Chairs Faculty for 2012 MCLE Seminar

October 19, 2012

In this program, experienced domestic relations trial practitioners try a mock divorce case from start to finish.  A real estate broker and forensic accountant testify about the value of a marital home and how to locate and value assets and small business income.  A Probate and Family Court judge presides over the trial and critiques each segment as it is presented. Although only a small percentage of divorce cases are actually tried to conclusion, the successful domestic relations practitioner must be prepared to try cases or to successfully negotiate a settlement.

This seminar takes place as follows:

Friday, October 19
9 AM – 4:30 PM
Western New England College
1500 Main Street
Springfield, MA

Friday, October 26
9 AM – 4:30 PM
MCLE Conference Center
10 Winter Place
Boston, MA

Donald Tye, co-chair of the firm’s Domestic Relations Practice Group, has led the blue-ribbon faculty for this program for the past seven years.

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