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With more family law cases involving children with special needs than ever before, practitioners and judges need to know why we need to handle these cases differently and how to do so. The course includes practice tips you can incorporate into your family law practice with ease.
Margaret S. Price, Esq.
July 25, 2019
1. How to identify a case involving special needs
2. Why it is so important to address special needs issues
3. How lawyers and judges can prepare for special needs cases
5. Visitation/Parenting Time
6. Child Support
7. Decision-making Authority
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