Timothy Coughlin – NHAJ Family Law Forum Brochure 2015

15th Annual
2015 NHAJ Family Law Forum:

“Crazy Little Thing Called Love!”

February 13, 2015
Southeastern Regional Education Service Center
29 Commerce Drive, Bedford, NH

8:30 – 9:00 Registration and Continental Breakfast

“Morning Has Broken’”

9:00 – 9:05 Introductory Remarks

“Hello Again”

• Timothy C. Coughlin, Esquire, Moderator
Coughlin, Rainboth, Murphy & Lown (Portsmouth)

9:05 – 9:50 The UCCJA, Parental Kidnapping Act, and the
Uniform Interstate Family Support Act

“Night Moves”

• Anna G. Zimmerman, Esquire
Manning & Zimmerman (Manchester)

9:50 – 10:40 International Custody and Support Matters and
Parenting Plan Headaches

“Leaving on a Jet Plane”

• Barney L. Brannen, Esquire
Vitt, Brannen & Loftus (Norwich, VT)

10:40 – 10:55 Morning Break

“Have You Never Been Mellow?”

10:55 – 11:45 Developments in the Law of Child Support and Alimony

“She Works Hard for the Money”

• Tara C. Schoff, Esquire
Schoff & Reardon (Portsmouth)

11:45 – 12:35 Modification of Parenting Plans, Home Schooling, Religion
and other Joint Decision Making Dilemmas

“Teach Your Children”

• Joshua L. Gordon, Esquire
Law Office of Joshua Gordon (Concord)

12:35 – 1:35 Lunch (Buffet Lunch at Site)

“Scenes from an Italian Restaurant”

1:35 – 1:50 A Brief View from the Bench:

“Take a Look at Me Now”

• Honorable Nancy Geiger
• Honorable Robert J. Foley
• Honorable Julie Introcaso

1:50 – 2:40 Criminal Conduct, DVP’s and Other Nasty Stuff

“Saturday Night’s Alright (for Fighting)”

• Anne D. Barber, Esquire
Barber Law Offices (Conway)
2:40 – 3:30 Financial Planning in Divorce and Investing Afterwards

“Money (That’s What I Want)”

• Heather Brountas, CFP, CRPC
Bonfiglio, Kiley and Associates (Portsmouth)
3:30 – 3:45 Afternoon Break

“Every Breath You Take”

3:45 – 4:15 Fifteen Years of Observation (Ethics)

“Working in the Coal Mine”

• Timothy C. Coughlin, Esquire
Coughlin, Rainboth, Murphy & Lown (Portsmouth)

4:15 – 4:30 Judicial Panel/Attendee Discussion (Ethics):

“The Way You Look Tonight”

• Honorable Nancy Geiger
• Honorable Robert J. Foley
• Honorable Julie Introcaso

4:30 – 4:32 Concluding Remarks

“Bye, Bye Love”

• Timothy C. Coughlin, Esquire, Moderator
Coughlin, Rainboth, Murphy & Lown (Portsmouth)

• Note: The Circuit Court Judges listed in this program are invited to participate for the entire day, judicial responsibilities permitting, so that their involvement is not be limited to the above, and will instead be welcomed and encouraged throughout the seminar.

Continuingly mindful of the increasing number of family law practitioners within its ranks, the NHAJ, renowned as the expert in CLE programs in New Hampshire, offers this annually held seminar involving divorce and family law issues. The speakers are all experienced and highly regarded New Hampshire practitioners. In addition, Circuit Court Judges will be on hand to listen to the program, offer their comments, and provide an invaluable forum to answer questions from the registrants.
This unique program will present a day-long, in-depth analysis of topical issues in the practice of domestic relations. Attendance at this annual CLE has in the past been very high and this CLE has been extremely well received and evaluated by the attendees. Registrants will receive valuable forms, helpful discovery materials and various selected pleadings in order to maximize this constructive learning opportunity. While the practice pointers are presented, counsel and participants will discuss the topics in-depth and Circuit Court Judges will remark upon the presentation.

You will receive helpful information and instructive strategies on handling such issues as interstate and international custody disputes; domestic violence proceedings; parenting plan contests; and the developing law concerning child support and alimony. Additionally, there will be plenty of time during the day to ask questions of the presenters and the judiciary on other topics you are facing a family law practitioner.

This seminar is a must for all those practicing in the area of domestic relations, whether seasoned trial lawyers or less experienced family law attorneys.