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Jenny Stevens Attending 2014 AAML Institute in Chicago

Posted by Jenny R. Stevens | Jun 18, 2014 | 0 Comments

Spartanburg family law attorney Jenny Stevens is attending the 2014 AAML Institute for Family Law Associates from June 19 through June 22, 2014, in Chicago. This program has been called “one the best things that the AAML does for its Fellows” and is widely believed to be “the premier program that the AAML produces.”

Mrs. Stevens will be attending the comprehensive Introductory program, which will include intensive training in:

  • Basics of Divorce Tax
  • Proper Analysis of 1040s & Other Financial Statements
  • Business Valuations
  • Retirement Asset Valuation & Division
  • Electronic Discovery & Social Media Issues
  • Tips for Being the Most Effective 2nd Chair at Trial
  • Dealing with Personality Disorders
  • Client Relations
  • Firm Marketing

The Institute programs are taught by nationally renowned faculty, including AAML Fellow Tom Sasser and noted expert Jay Fishman. Throughout the program, Mrs. Stevens will be mentored by and networking with some of the most preeminent family law attorneys from across the nation, all of whom have decades of experience in helping associate lawyers successfully achieve higher levels of excellence both for their clients and their own personal career goals.

As a Fellow in the AAML, Ben Stevens says:

Our firm is very proud of Jenny for being selected to attend the AAML Institute. Although she is already an outstanding attorney, I am glad that she will have the opportunity to study under nationally renowned experts, and I am confident that she will learn new ways to better serve our clients in the future.

About the Author

Jenny R. Stevens

Jenny has been certified as a Guardian ad Litem for many years, and she finds her work representing children in private custody litigation to be some of the most rewarding work in the practice of law. These cases, along with her own personal experience with divorce, inspired her to practice family law in a way which focuses not only on the legal aspect of family law, but also on the impact these events have on the individuals involved. Being a wife, mother and stepmother herself, Jenny understands the compassion and sensitivity needed to help guide families through these transitions.

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