North Carolina Bar Association 2016 Family Law Section Meeting

Friday 4/29/2016

Location

Francis Marion Hotel
387 King Street
Charleston, SC 29403

Horack Talley's family law practice will attend the North Carolina Bar Association's 2016 Family Law Section Annual Meeting titled "Updating the Family Lawyer's Toolkit," April 29-30 in Charleston, SC.

The agenda focuses on new “tools” for the family law practitioner including:

  • Annual case law update,
  • Retirement plans including federal and military retirement,
  • Same-sex marriages,
  • Representing the dependent spouse in alimony cases,
  • Estate planning for the domestic client,
  • Enforcing court orders with contempt motions.

Mitchell Kelling is a course planner for the event and a Family Law Section council member.

For more information, please visit the NCBA website.


About Horack Talley

Horack Talley, founded in 1932, is located in uptown Charlotte. The firm provides legal services to clients in North Carolina, South Carolina and beyond. Its practice areas include business and corporate law, community association law, family law, litigation, real estate law and personal wealth services.

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