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Practical Advice for Drafting Marital Dissolution Agreements, Parenting Plans, and Mediation Agreements in Tennessee

Practical Advice for Drafting Marital Dissolution Agreements, Parenting Plans, and Mediation Agreements in Tennessee

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Practical Advice for Drafting Marital Dissolution Agreements, Parenting Plans, and Mediation Agreements in Tennessee - CD

On average, nearly 50 percent of first marriages end in divorce, as do 65 percent of second marriages and nearly 75 percent of third marriages. That's a lot of MDAs. From parenting plans to custody issues to dividing assets, there are all sorts of factors to consider, as simply splitting things down the middle is rarely an option.

Learn valuable MDA and parenting plan drafting tips so you can best serve your clients in the all-new interactive CLE webinar from Tennessee Attorneys Memo:  Practical Advice for Drafting Marital Dissolution Agreements, Parenting Plans, and Mediation Agreements in Tennessee.

Your webinar presenter, attorney Virginia Lee Story, will share practical tips and advice for drafting divorce documents in Tennessee.

Webinar Learning Take-Aways:

  • Marital dissolution agreements
    - Real property
    - Division of bank and retirement accounts
    - Alimony
  • Permanent parenting plans
    - Drafting tips
    - Parenting decisions
  • How to have a successful mediation
  • And more...
     

 

About your webinar leader:

Virginia Lee Story, with Story and Abernathy, practices in the areas of family law, criminal law, adoptions, wills and estates, business law, incorporations, and general civil litigation. She established a law practice in Franklin in 1985, immediately after her graduation from the Nashville School of Law. She practices primarily in Williamson County. She is a Rule 31 Listed Family Mediator and has been so since 2001.

Mrs. Story is a member of the Tennessee John Marshall Inns of Court, Tennessee Bar and Williamson County Bar Association. She has been named one of the Best Lawyers in Tennessee and Best
Lawyers in America for three years. She was named a Fellow by the Tennessee Bar Foundation in 2010.

Practical Advice for Drafting Marital Dissolution Agreements, Parenting Plans, and Mediation Agreements in Tennessee - CD

Presented by Virginia Lee Story, attorney with Story and Abernathy.

Most divorces don’t end in a courtroom. They end with the exchange of documents -- marital dissolution agreements, parenting plans, and mediation agreements -- that determine how parenting time will be divided, how property will be split, and how alimony will be paid.

Lawyers encounter numerous issues when drafting divorce documents. First, consider parenting plans. How will parenting time be divided? Who will have the kids on holidays? Who will pick up the kids? Where will the kids go after school? And then there's marital dissolution agreements, which can contain all sorts of property issues must be sorted out. What do the parties own? How should the property be divided? Who will pay what debts and when?

Each side’s lawyer is looking out for his or her client, trying to get as much and give away as little as the circumstances allow while trying to figure out the answers to these questions and more. When getting it wrong could lead to unhappy clients and more time in court, it's crucial for you to learn the ins and outs of drafting marital dissolution agreements and parenting plans so you can get the best possible outcome.

In just one hour, you'll learn about these topics:

  • Marital dissolution agreements
    - Real property
    - Division of bank and retirement accounts
    - Alimony
    - Tax provisions
    - Attorney’s fee enforcement provision
    - Mediation agreement enforcement provision
  • Permanent parenting plans
    - Drafting tips
    - Parenting decisions
    - Paramour provision
  • How to have a successful mediation

Order now, and get up-to-date on drafting martial dissolution agreements in Tennessee.
 

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