Greater Newburyport Bar Association
The ABC(D&E)’s of Creative Family Lawyering
Attribution; Baccanti (Revisited); Cohabitation; Deviation; & Exclusions
Join us for a lively round table discussion on recent case law and how creative lawyering and skillful judicial decisions generated new law.
- Honorable Amy Blake, Appeals Court
- Honorable Theresa A. Bisenius, Probate & Family Court, Essex
- Honorable Jennifer Marie Rivera Ulwick, First Justice, Probate & Family Court, Essex Division
- David E. Cherny, Esquire, Atwood & Cherny, P.C.
- Phyllis E. Federico, Schmidt & Federico, P.C.
Focus is on:
- Attribution of Income — Fehrm-Cappucino v. Cappucino, Frost-Stuart v. Frost Stuart
- Baccanti (Revisited) — Ludwig v. Lamee-Ludwig
- Cohabitation — Fehrm-Cappucino v. Cappucino, Frost-Stuart v. Stuart
- Custody — Rosenwasser v. Rosenwasser
- Deviations — DeMarco v. DeMarco, Duff-Kareores v. Kareores, George v. George, Popp v. Popp, Van Arsdale v. Van Arsdale, Young v. Young Exclusions — Hoegen v. Hoegen, Fehrm-Cappucino v. Cappucino
About Greater Newburyport Bar Association:
The objectives of the GNBA are to maintain the honor and dignity of the profession of law, to promote non-discriminatory practices and social relations among its members and with other lawyers and related professionals, to promote law reforms and to facilitate the due administration of Justice. The Association also promotes the education of its members, other lawyers, and the public. All of its activities comply with the charitable, non-profit nature of the Association.
The GNBA gratefully acknowledges the sponsorship of The Pitman Law Offices LLC, TurcoLegal, and Newburyport Family Law.