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Family Law 

The Family Law Section focuses on child custody, marital property, and spousal abuse cases. The Section also shares trial skills and communication techniques to persuade a judge rather than a jury.

Family Law Practice Resources

To see all Family Law AAJ Practice Resources, click here »

2014 Annual Convention

To view this Section's meeting details and CLE program info, please visit the schedule on AAJ's Convention website by clicking here.

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AAJ Exchange Litigation Packets

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The AAJ Exchange’s Medicare and Medicaid Reimbursement Claims Survival Guide addresses issues such as information to obtain at case intake, determining what your client owes, notice to the government, mandatory reporting, statute of limitations, settlement, allocation, waiver and pre-settlement compromise, where to put the funds, consequences for nonpayment, and ethical considerations to help plaintiff attorneys protect their clients and themselves.  To order or view the table of contents for this or the more than 130 other Litigation Packets, visit the AAJ Exchange or call 1-800-344-3023.


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