Unbundled Representation in Family Law Cases

September 2015
 
Unbundled Representation in Family Law Cases
 
Co-sponsored by the Family Law Section of the Colorado Bar Association
 
 
Program Highlights:
 
- Nuts and Bolts of Unbundling a Family Law Case
- Collaborative Family Law as a Tool for Unbundled Legal Services
- Providing Your Family Law Client with Options and Setting Client Expectations: A Role Play
- Unbundled Family Legal Services in the Mediation Context
- The Ethics of Unbundled Legal Services
- Candor from the Tribunal—What Do Judges Want to Hear from Counsel When the Attorney is Involved in an Unbundled Case?
 
 
Program Description:
 
The Colorado Supreme Court recognized the need for limited representation of clients in Colorado courts by amending C.R.C.P. 11 and C.R.C.P. 311.
 
When an attorney provides unbundled legal services, he or she is providing the client only certain components of the full bundle of services during the course of the representation. In most traditional attorney-client relationships, the attorney and client contract for the full bundle of legal services. Unbundled legal services afford the attorney and client the flexibility of addressing the client’s legal needs and financial limitations by contracting for something less than the full bundle of legal services. Unbundled legal services provide another avenue for citizens to gain access to justice to resolve their disputes.
 
This program addresses the need for limited representation and the ethical considerations for attorneys providing unbundled legal services in Colorado courts in the family law context.
 
 

Agenda:
 
8:30am
Registration and Continental Breakfast
 
9:00am
Welcome and Introduction
Extended by Terri Harrington, Esq., Program Moderator
 
9:10am
Nuts and Bolts of Unbundling a Family Law Case
Presented by Laura Monty, Esq., and DanaƩ D. Woody, Esq.
 
10:00am
Collaborative Family Law as a Tool for Unbundled Legal Services
Presented by Terri Harrington, Esq.
 
10:10am
Networking Break
 
10:20am
Providing Your Family Law Client with Options and Setting Client Expectations: A Role Play
Presented by Terri Harrington, Esq., and Laura Monty, Esq.
 
10:40am
Unbundled Family Legal Services in the Mediation Context
Presented by Terri Harrington, Esq., and Robyn E. McDonald, Esq.
 
11:30am
The Ethics of Unbundled Legal Services
Presented by the Honorable Daniel M. Taubman and Honorable Adam Espinosa
 
12:20pm
Candor from the Tribunal—What Do Judges Want to Hear from Counsel When the Attorney is Involved in an Unbundled Case?
Presented by the Honorable Magistrate Marianne Tims and Honorable Christopher Zenisek
 
12:50pm
Adjourn
Location Information
CLECI Large Classroom
1900 Grant Street, Suite 300
Denver, CO 80203
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Registration Fees
Non Member $249.00
CBA Member $209.00
CBA Family Law Section Member $179.00
Paralegal/Legal Support Staff $149.00
New Lawyer - CBA Family Law Section Member; in practice < 5 years $149.00
New Lawyer Edge Member $104.50
CLEACCESSPASS--ELITE Pass Holder $0.00
  • General Credits: 4.00
  • Ethics Credits: 1.00
  • EDI Credits:

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Start Date - End Date
September 09, 2015
Start Time - End Time
9:00 AM - 12:50 PM
Event Location
CLECI Large Classroom
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  • Nuts and Bolts of Unbundling a Family Law Case
  • Providing Your Family Law Client with Options and Setting Client Expectations: A Role Play
  • Candor from the Tribunal-What Do Judges Want to Hear from Counsel When the Attorney is Involved in an Unbundled Case?