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Michael Kohlhaas’ Family Law Case Review Blog Featured on ICLEF
Posted in Estate Planning

Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP partner Michael Kohlhass’ Family Law Case Review blog remains a regular feature on Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum’s (ICLEF) web site. ICLEF has featured Kohlhaas’ blog for over two years, as it continues to serve many members of the legal community.

The Family Law Case Review posts case summaries of Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP’s Indiana Family Law Update. Each post highlights a case and provides a detailed analysis of the case’s facts, procedural history and the complete text of judiciary opinions. The blog is updated weekly, with occasional contributions from Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP attorneys James J. Bell and Tamara McMillian.

Kohlhaas is a partner in Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP’s Estate Planning Practice Group. Kohlhaas and the Estate Planning Practice Group focus their representation on individuals and their personal legal needs, rather than the typical corporate representation that is usually associated with a large law firm. Within the Estate Planning Practice Group, he concentrates his practice in a variety of personal representations, including the areas of matrimonial law and wealth transfer planning. His practice also includes an emphasis on the drafting of premarital agreements, to preserve and optimize the wealth transfer options of his clients and their families.

Click here to visit the Family Law Case Review blog

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