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What are the procedures and documents related to real estate settlements that are important for a family law divorce case? What various scenarios occur in family law related to real estate? These are among the topics that Gawthrop Greenwood’s family law attorney Carl W. Heckert covered during a seminar for Delaware family law judges and practitioners of the Melson-Arsht Inns of Court. Heckert has more than 30 years of real estate law experience.
The event was held January 10, 2023 at Porky Oliver Golf Club in Wilmington, where Heckert elaborated on problems with drafting stipulations, litigation regarding real estate and best practices when addressing the issues.
A life-long Delaware resident with more than 25 years of experience practicing family law in Delaware, Heckert’s practice includes both litigating and mediating divorce. In 2019, he became a Certified Family Law Mediator in Delaware following the state’s inaugural certification program by the Family Court of the State of Delaware as well as the Delaware State Bar Association. A certified Delaware family law mediator is a neutral third party who is charged with preserving confidentiality while helping couples resolve issues more creatively and amicably than they can in court, including custody, visitation, child support, property division and alimony.
Heckert is a member of the Family Law department at Gawthrop Greenwood, PC. He has led Continuing Legal Education courses in family law matters including custody, protection from abuse and representing an unwilling minor as a guardian-ad-litem. He is a member of the Delaware Bar Association and the Melson-Arsht Inn of Court. He received his law degree from Widener University School of Law and holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Delaware.
Contact Carl W. Heckert firstname.lastname@example.org or 302-777-5353