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Contract Law for Tennessee Family Lawyers: Essential Principles for Enforcement of Prenups and MDAs - On-Demand
Webinar is now available on-demand. NOTE: On-Demand webinars are not eligible for CLE credit.
Whether at the beginning of a marriage or the end, principles of family law and contract law often meet after protracted negotiations between a client and his or her spouse. Will the agreements you draft stand the test of time? Are they sure to deliver the best possible long-term client satisfaction?
Lack of attention to the essential elements of a contract or lack of care in drafting its terms can doom a prenuptial agreement or lead to litigation over the terms of a marital dissolution agreement.
Join your colleagues for a one-hour refresher course on contract law in Tennessee and learn when and how you need to use contract principles in your family law practice.
- What you’ve forgotten since law school—essential elements of and defenses to contract
- Antenuptial agreements and postnuptial agreements—best practices for drafting and enforcing
- MDAs, final decrees, and post-judgment enforcement
Order this advice-rich On-Demand webinar risk free.
Contract Law for Tennessee Family Lawyers: Principles for Enforcement of Prenups and MDAs — is just $107.
You risk nothing by ordering, because we will refund every penny, no questions asked, if you are in any way dissatisfied with this On-Demand webinar.
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About Your Presenter:
Candi Henry, with the law firm of Dodson Parker Behm & Capparella PC in Nashville, advises municipal agencies, companies, and individuals on a wide range of business, employment, and contract matters. Her litigation practice focuses on handling appeals. She served for more than seven years as Associate Editor of the Tennessee Tort Law Letter. She is also Assistant Editor of the Tennessee Appellate Practice Handbook and has served as an Assistant Editor of the Tennessee Practice Series.