With a Little Help from My Friends: Using Experts in a Family Law Case

Thursday 2/6/2014

Mitchell Kelling is a course planner for The North Carolina Bar Foundation's Thirteenth Family Law Intensive Seminar.  The program deals with a variety of complex issues and procedures in family law, and is limited to 85 registrants who are active members of the Family Law Section.  "With a Little Help from My Friends: Using Experts in a Family Law Case (2013-14 Family Law Intensive Program)" runs February 6-7 in Wrightsville Beach, NC.  For more information please follow this link.

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