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As a family law paralegal, your role is multi-faceted. You serve as the client confidant, information manager and attorney liaison all at the same time. While many of the issues you deal with on a regular basis will have their similarities, no two cases will be exactly alike - and the emotionally charged nature of the divorce process only adds another layer of complexity. Building processes and procedures that help you to effectively manage your multiple responsibilities will not only help you to become more efficient and effective, but increase your potential for professional growth. Order today!
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DAVID I. BAILINSON is an attorney and owner of the Manchester law firm of Bailinson Law PLLC, where he practices in the areas of family law, criminal defense and civil litigation. He is a past instructor of family law in the paralegal studies program at Franklin Pierce College. Mr. Bailinson has lectured for the New Hampshire Association Criminal Defense Lawyers at continuing legal education seminars for New Hampshire Bar Association's Family Law CLEs, and has previously lectured for National Business Institute. He is a past president of the Manchester Bar Association and is on their Executive Committee. In 2003, New Hampshire Magazine listed him among others as a New Hampshire lawyer most like Atticus Finch. Mr. Bailinson earned his B.A. degree from Marist College and his J.D. degree from Franklin Pierce Law Center (now the University of New Hampshire School of Law).
IRYNA N. DORE is an attorney with Brennan Lenehan Iacopino & Hickey, where she practices in the areas of child custody, data privacy, cybersecurity, employment law, and general litigation and representation. Ms. Dore is admitted to practice in New Hampshire and Massachusetts, and before the United States District Court of New Hampshire. She is a member of the American, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts bar associations. Ms. Dore received her L.L.B. degree from the Presidential Administration Academy of the Republic of Belarus and her J.D. degree, cum laude, from University of New Hampshire School of Law.
KATHLEEN A. HICKEY is a shareholder with Brennan Lenehan Iacopino & Hickey, where she practices in domestic law, general representation, and litigation. Ms. Hickey earned her B.A. degree in social work from the University of New Hampshire and her J.D. degree from the New England School of Law. She is admitted to the New Hampshire Bar and the United States District Court. Ms. Hickey is a member of the Manchester Bar Association, the New Hampshire Superior Court certified neutral evaluator (domestic cases), and the New Hampshire Superior Court Rule 170 mediator (civil litigation).
JOHN A. M. HINSMAN is a sole practitioner at Hinsman Law in Dover, New Hampshire. He concentrates his practice on family law and criminal law in New Hampshire and Maine. Mr. Hinsman is a member of the Family Law Section of the New Hampshire Bar Association and is a member of the New Hampshire Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. He earned his B.A. degree from Elmira College and his J.D. degree from the University of New Hampshire School of Law.
RICHARD J. MALONEY is a member and director of the Manchester certified public accounting firm of Maloney & Kennedy, PLLC. He is a past president of the Taxation Committee of the New Hampshire Society of CPAs and past chairman of the New Hampshire Bar Association's Tax Section. Mr. Maloney co-wrote the New Hampshire Bar Journal article on QDROs and wrote chapter 13, "Valuation" in A Practical Guide to Divorce in New Hampshire, published by MCLE. He graduated from St. Michael's College and Albany Law School of Union University and earned his master's degree from the School of Business of the State University of New York at Albany.