Elizabeth Early High Swartz Family Lawyer Toby L. Dickman Seminar 2020

2020 Toby L. Dickman Seminar Offering 3 Substantive CLE Credits

Parenting in a Pandemic

Date: December 16, 2020 | Time: 9:00 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. | Virtual

The Covid-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on the practice of family law. This year's Dickman Seminar will explore this impact in a Q&A format featuring Montgomery County judges, masters, practitioners, and court representatives. The seminar will be broken up into two separate panels: one addressing support issues during Covid-19 and one addressing custody issues during Covid-19. The support panel will explore issues such as temporary job loss during the pandemic, the receipt of economic assistance, and changes in the allocation of extracurricular expenses and childcare. The custody panel will deal with issues such as school choice (remote or in-person learning), travel and attendance at family holidays, and the role of the parenting coordinator. Both panels will discuss options for alternative dispute resolution. With Covid-19 cases currently surging in the country, and widespread distribution of a vaccine likely a long way away, attendees will find this seminar to be highly informative and relevant to the current state of the practice of family law.

Panelists: Support - Judge Daniel J. Clifford, Master Mindy Harris, Rebecca Colantuno, Carolyn Zack, Esquire

Custody Panelists - Judge Henry S. Hilles, III, Judge Melissa Sterling,
Master Molly B. Kleinfelter, Elizabeth Early, Esquire

Credits: 3 substantive

Price: $30 for MBA members and $60 for non-MBA member

Course Planners: Lydia Terrill & Justin Soulen

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