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Mitchell Kelling to Speak at the Family Law Specialization Exam Review: Tips, Topics and Techniques

Friday 9/7/2018 8:55 a.m.

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NCAJ Headquarters
1312 Annapolis Drive
Raleigh, NC 27608

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​Paul DeJesse ​and ​Evonne Hopkins

Family law attorney Mitchell Kelling will present a CLE segment on issues surrounding Child Custody at the Family Law Specialization Exam Review: Tips, Topics and Techniques. 

Program Co-Chairs ​Paul DeJesse ​and ​Evonne Hopkins have assembled North Carolina's finest Family Law Specialists to provide you with invaluable insights on major topics that every North Carolina family law practitioner encounters.  Regardless if you are an aspiring or current Family Law Specialist or just want to brush up on the latest in Family Law, the wide range of topics covered and knowledge gained in connection with this seminar are not to be missed!

This seminar qualifies for NC State Bar family law specialization credit. 

Specific topics include:

  • ​​Grandparent visitation
  • Parental rights
  • ​Paternity
  • ​Motion to change custody
  • UCCJEA
  • TPR

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