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Handling Your First Mediation in a Divorce Case 2024

Product ID: CA3628R3
Presented By: State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE

A mediation education

Divorce mediation gives parties the opportunity to decide what’s best for their children, assets, and other property rather than proceeding to potentially contentious litigation. And under Wisconsin law, if the parties disagree on custody and placement of children, they’re required to undergo mediation to try to reach an agreement. So, lawyers practicing family law, and those looking to start a family law practice, should be prepared to engage in mediation.

Attend Handling Your First Mediation in a Divorce Case to develop the skills and confidence you need to take family law cases to mediation. You’ll find out what you can expect at mediation and why mediation is the better route in some family law matters.

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Member $99.00

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1 LPM

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Friday, June 07, 202412:00 PM - 12:50 PM CT

Add to Calendar 6/7/2024 12:00:00 PM 6/7/2024 12:50:00 PM America/Chicago Handling Your First Mediation in a Divorce Case 2024

A mediation education

Divorce mediation gives parties the opportunity to decide what’s best for their children, assets, and other property rather than proceeding to potentially contentious litigation. And under Wisconsin law, if the parties disagree on custody and placement of children, they’re required to undergo mediation to try to reach an agreement. So, lawyers practicing family law, and those looking to start a family law practice, should be prepared to engage in mediation.

Attend Handling Your First Mediation in a Divorce Case to develop the skills and confidence you need to take family law cases to mediation. You’ll find out what you can expect at mediation and why mediation is the better route in some family law matters.

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A mediation education

Divorce mediation gives parties the opportunity to decide what’s best for their children, assets, and other property rather than proceeding to potentially contentious litigation. And under Wisconsin law, if the parties disagree on custody and placement of children, they’re required to undergo mediation to try to reach an agreement. So, lawyers practicing family law, and those looking to start a family law practice, should be prepared to engage in mediation.

Attend Handling Your First Mediation in a Divorce Case to develop the skills and confidence you need to take family law cases to mediation. You’ll find out what you can expect at mediation and why mediation is the better route in some family law matters.

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David Kowalski is a shareholder of Kowalski, Wilson & Vang, LLC, with offices in Madison and Baraboo. His practice is devoted to family law, with extensive experience in divorce, paternity, child custody/placement, support, guardianship, interstate custody disputes, termination of parental rights, and restraining orders. David received his B.A. from Rutgers University in 1996, and his J.D. from Marquette Law School in 2006. David has been published in the Wisconsin Journal of Family Law and American Journal of Family Law, among others, and routinely speaks at local and national seminars on family issues. He is a long-time board member of the Family Law Section of the Wisconsin State Bar, and currently serves as Chair of that section.  David is also consistently honored as a “SuperLawyer” in family law by SuperLawyers Magazine.

  • Discover the benefits of mediated agreements in family cases
  • Understand standard mediation submissions and what is required before you attend mediation
  • Learn about the role of the mediator and what you should and shouldn’t say to the parties
  • Manage client expectations concerning mediation 
  • Know how to draft a mediation statement
  • Receive tips on advocating and negotiating during mediation 
  • New lawyers
  • Family law practitioners
  • Any lawyer looking to add family law to their practice 
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