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Aspects of Marriage: Interviewing the Client

600.00

Updates on Substantive and Procedural Laws and Jurisprudence

1 Credit Unit

ATTY. KATRINA T. LEGARDA

Aspects of marriage: Interviewing the client

Does the client want to be absolutely free? Does the client just want money? Whatever the goal may be, Article 36 is not the only course of action to address a marriage gone wrong.
CATEGORY

Updates on Substantive and Procedural Laws and Jurisprudence

CREDIT UNIT

1

DURATION

60:00

LAUNCH DATE

June 24, 2020

ABOUT THE COURSE

Family law is tricky as it involves people, feelings, and children. 

At the end of this course, you should be able to decide for yourself whether or not to take on a case regarding a marriage.

Specifically, this course will guide with the following: 

  • Questions to ask at the first meeting with the client

  • Documents to look for to help you investigate the status of the marriage

  • Aspects of the case that you should investigate on your own 

  • What, in the end, you may recommend to the client as her (to make it simple) courses of action

 

 

Course Status

AVAILABLE NOW

Course price

₱443

when you avail the Full Compliance (36 Units) bundle

₱600

Regular price for 1 credit unit course

COURSE PREVIEW

Module 1: I Want to Do Something About My Marriage: Is It Valid?

Module 2: What Do You Need from The Client? 

Module 3: Set the Client Free: Which Course of Action Will You Recommend?

Module 4: Get the Client’s Money: Who Gets What?

LECTURER

ATTY. KATRINA T. LEGARDA

Professor

Atty. Katrina Legarda graduated from the University of Bristol, England in 1975, and obtained her degree in law from the University of the Philippines. She joined the Angara Abello Concepcion Regala and Cruz Law offices (ACCRALAW) in 1981. She was the second female associate in ACCRALAW to specialize in the tough field of litigation. As ACCRALAW grew to become one of the biggest law firms in the country, Katrina rose through the ranks, eventually becoming a Partner before she withdrew in 1992 to concentrate on her advocacies for the woman and the child.

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