Rubin and Rudman Partner, Jared D. Spinelli, to Present at BBA Webinar, “Divorce Fundamentals Series: Separation Agreements”

May 25, 2022

Boston, MA (May, 2022) – Jared D. Spinelli, a Partner in the Family Law Department at Rubin and Rudman, will be a featured speaker at the Boston Bar Association’s upcoming webinar, “Divorce Fundamentals Series: Separation Agreements” on Thursday, May 26, 2022, from 2:00 to 3:00 p.m.

This virtual webinar is part of the BBA’s Divorce Fundamentals Series, which is designed to provide attorneys new to the practice of family law with an overview of the “life of a divorce case.” This training series will cover topics such as the divorce client interview; filing the divorce complaint; child support and alimony; custody and parenting plans; discovery; motion practice; separation agreements and post-judgment issues. To register or learn more, visit their website. Spinelli will be joined by Carlos A. Maycotte, who currently serves as Co-Chair of the Family Law Section of the Boston Bar Association

Spinelli concentrates his practice on all aspects of complex domestic relations law, including divorce, child custody and child support, alimony, paternity, asset valuation and division, as well as modification and contempt actions. He also has considerable experience drafting and negotiating prenuptial and postnuptial agreements. His practice also includes representing clients in Chapter 209A abuse prevention and Chapter 258E harassment prevention proceedings in both the Probate and Family Court as well as the District Court. Since 2019, Spinelli has served as an appointed member of the MBA’s Family Law Council.

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