Featuring Judge David H. Kolpleman (ret.), and Appellatte Attorney and
Professor of Law, Brian Kelly.
Now that alimony reform has been in place for over a year, issues presented
by the new law are being litigated and some are being appealed. Aspects of the
law have engendered confusion and areas of disagreement over interpretation.
Attend this program to learn how judges are handling Alimony Reform Act issues,
the arguments attorneys are making and what specific issues need to be addressed
on appeal. The format of the program will be nontraditional and fun! See the
panelists arguing cases involving alimony reform. Register now and gain a
competitive edge with alimony reform to enable you to make the appropriate
arguments to preserve your rights for appeal.
Specifically, you will learn:
Maureen McBrien, Esq., program co-chairBrick, Sugarman, Jones & McBrien LLP, Newton Upper Falls
Thalia Sugarman, Esq., program co-chairBrick, Sugarman, Jones & McBrien LLP, Newton Upper Falls
Hon. David H. Kopelman (ret.)Boston Area Mediation Services, Brockton
Brian J. Kelly, Esq.Kelly & Associates, P.C., Quincy
Stephen N. Lander, Esq.Lander & Lander, P.C., Framingham
Steven J. Ryan, Esq.Witmer, Karp, Warner & Ryan LLP, Boston
Family Law Section
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