Attorney Sarah E. Kay Presentation on Microsoft Office for the Legal Industry

On August 29, 2017, Attorney Sarah E. Kay presented at a continuing legal education seminar titled “Unleashing the Power of Microsoft and Adobe for Lawyers.”  Sarah spoke on the following topics:  MS Word: Legal Document Drafting and User Tips; MS Outlook: Compliant Client Communications and Scheduling; The Many Uses of Excel in Legal Practice; and MS PowerPoint for Courtroom and Client Presentations.  The attorneys of Sessums Black leverage technology to provide the highest quality legal representation for their clients.

Paralegal Frank Steinbeck, Jr. Anniversary

On August 21, 2017, Paralegal Frank Steinbeck, Jr. celebrated five years of outstanding service with Sessums Black.  Congratulations, Frank!


Attorney Sarah E. Kay Presentation on the New Family Law Rules

On August 17, 2017, Attorney Sarah E. Kay gave a presentation titled The New Family Law Rules Explained to the St. Petersburg Bar Association Family Law Section which discussed the new family law stand-alone rules, new collaborative law rules, and possible future changes to family law rules and laws.. Congratulations, Sarah!

Attorney Sarah E. Kay Anniversary

On August 7, 2017, Attorney Sarah E. Kay celebrated 11 years of outstanding service with Sessums Black.  Sarah joined the firm in 2006 as a receptionist and served in several positions thereafter while attending law school.  In 2010, Sarah assumed her current position as attorney and has been providing top-quality marital and family law representation and counseling ever since.  Congratulations, Sarah!


At the End of Your Case: How to Save Time, Money, and Future Litigation

The entry of a final judgment in a case may give a sense of conclusion, but typically there is additional work to be done to wrap up loose ends.  Click on the link below to read an article with things you should consider as your divorce case comes to an end.  The Attorneys of Sessums Black are experienced in providing high quality legal assistance in post-judgment matters.

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