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OUT WITH THE OLD, IN WITH THE NEW 2018 and 2019 FAMILY LAW CASE, LEGISLATION AND RULES


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2018 and 2019 witnessed an explosion of changes in Family Law ignited  by interesting appellate
cases, Arizona legislation, federal tax code changes and Family Law Rules. Many of these changes have turned time-honored family law principles upside down, inside out and sideways.

Join Kathleen McCarthy, Keith Berkshire and The Honorable Greg Sakall for a deep dive into the
adventure with this unique three hour interactive and intensive seminar.   It is jam packed with
analysis, insight, practical tips and suggestions for innovative approaches.

Refresh your skill set and learn about:

*         Tax code changes that affect a broad swath of issues, not just spousal maintenance
*         Legal decision making, parenting and third party rights in the aftermath of
McLaughlin, Nicaise, Paul, Doty-Perez and many more cases
*         How Cotter and A.R.S. §25-319 amendments affect the landscape of spousal maintenance
*         Retirement issues after Howell and Barron, Rule 69 Agreements in the wake of Hutki and
Buckholtz, Bobrow post-service reimbursement issues, creditor lien statutory changes
*        The latest in ARFLP Rules

And so much more!

Kathleen McCarthy has been providing updates and practical tips to a wide variety of
audiences for more than 30 years. She is the founder of The McCarthy Law Firm,
Southern Arizona’s largest law firm dedicated to the practice of family law

Keith Berkshire is one of Arizona’s pre-eminent family law appellate attorneys whose
resume includes major published appellate opinions in Arizona and more recently in the
U.S. Supreme Court, where he successfully litigated the case Howell v. Howell.

Judge Greg Sakall is currently a judge on the family law bench and works tirelessly to
educate members of the bar and judiciary on a variety of legal issues. His latest effort is
an intensive presentation called Traps for the Unwary in the 2019 Rule Changes.

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