Yueh-Mei Kim Nutter and Jonathan Z. Schiller, partners at the full-service law firm Brinkley Morgan, will serve as workshop leaders for The Florida Bar Family Law Section’s 2015 Trial Advocacy Seminar on August 6-9, 2015 in Key Biscayne, Fla. Additionally, Nutter will be presenting with General Magistrate Diane Kirigin on the topic of opening statements.
The three-day workshop aims to help attorneys improve trial skills while preparing and presenting family law cases in court. Completion of the Trial Advocacy Workshop fulfills one of the trials required for application to become board certified in martial and family law. All workshop leaders are Florida Bar Board Certified Marital and Family Law attorneys.
About Yueh-Mei Kim Nutter
Nutter concentrates her practice in the area of civil litigation with a particular focus on family law. She also litigates probate and trust disputes. She is a Florida certified family mediator and appellate mediator and chair of the Ad Hoc Committee for the Family Law Section of the Florida Bar. Additionally, she is a Fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, a founding member of the Collaborative Family Lawyers of South Florida, Inc., a charter member and officer of the South Palm Beach County Collaborative Law Group, co-chair of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Committee of the South Palm Beach County Bar Association, and also serves on the Board of Directors for Impact 100 Palm Beach County. Nutter also leads two annual, complimentary family law seminars for mental health professionals and accounting professionals in the South Florida community. Hosted by Brinkley Morgan, the seminars provide continuing education credits and cover topics that affect clients during family disputes such as divorce, paternity, dependency, and more.
About Jonathan Z. Schiller
Schiller has extensive experience in handling complex marital and family law matters, with special emphasis on dissolution of marriage, parental responsibility and time-sharing, equitable distribution, business valuation, alimony, child support, attorney’s fees, preparation and enforcement of prenuptial and postnuptial agreements, paternity, domestic violence, and child dependency. He is a member of the family law sections of the American Bar Association and the Florida Bar Association, and a member of the Broward, Illinois, South Palm Beach County, and Weston Bar Associations. He is also a member of Nova Southeastern University’s Ambassadors Board and previously served on the board of directors for Deliver the Dream, a nonprofit that organizes retreats for families experiencing serious illnesses. He also frequently lectures on family law issues to Florida Bar Association groups.
About Brinkley Morgan
Celebrating 40 years of service this year, Brinkley Morgan continues to provide a proactive and innovative approach to law for its clients. Recently ranked one of the “2015 Best Law Firms” in the area of Family Law by U.S. News & World Report, the firm offers a full range of services from its offices in Fort Lauderdale and Boca Raton, including corporate and business law, real estate, bankruptcy, family law, and commercial litigation, as well as probate, tax, estate planning, administrative law, employment law, and immigration law. The firm’s charitable campaign, Brinkley Morgan Cares, supports a variety of local non-profits and community organizations throughout the year. For more information, visit Facebook.com/BrinkleyMorgan or BrinkleyMorgan.com.