Aug. 17, 2012
-- Jacqueline Harounian is offering an online class on Thursday, August 23rd at 3:00pm.Her instruction will include various matters related to child custody and family law. She will discuss different issues related to child custody and family court proceedings. During the class, she hopes to teach students about the difference between joint custody and sole custody, help them understand physical custody, teach them about parenting time, and bring them to a fuller understanding of legal custody. Additionally, she will teach students how to utilize forensics in custody matters and the difference between mediation and litigation during custody disputes and settlements.
Since 2006, Ms. Harounian has been a partner at The Law Firm of Wisselman, Harounian & Associates, P.C. She is a skilled litigator and has handled complex cases involving family law, divorce law, matrimonial law and other issues related to her legal field. She is respected by her peers as a leader in family litigation and is dedicated to giving her clients the best legal representation she can offer. She is an experienced trial attorney, but ready to make a negotiation settlement if she believes it is in the best interest of her client. As a lawyer, she believes that every client deserves the best legal representation their attorney can offer and is ready to go the extra mile to for the individuals and families that she serves.
Ms. Harounian is devoted to her practice and always strives to give her clients compassionate, understanding and respectful legal assistance and advice. She maintains a reputation for aggressive, assertive and effective representation and negotiation in the courtroom and always works towards the best interest of her clients. She has handled issues related to grandparent’
s rights, equitable distribution and spousal support. She has debated successfully in Appellate Division and Second Division in matters related to parental alienation, custody, support and council fees.
Earning her B.A. from Columbia College, Mr. Harounian went on to study for a law degree at Hofstra University School of Law. She has taught online classes before and has lectured about domestic violence, parental alienation, grandparent’
s rights, children’s rights, liability issues and forensics in child custody cases. To learn more about her upcoming class, visit the following website: http://www.LawLine.com/cle/course-details.php?i=2205
To learn more about Ms. Harounian or Wisselman, Harounian & Associates, family law or divorce litigation, visit the firm’s website at http://www.LawJaw.com