Attorney Ada Snyder Kerwin to Speak at ICLE’s 6th Annual Family Law Event
– Attorney Ada Snyder Kerwin will present on November 1st at the Institute of Continuing Legal Education’s 6th Annual Family Law Event. Ms. Kerwin will be joined by attorneys state wide to speak on the topic “Tax Law for Dummies”. This seminar is targeted for less experienced family lawyers.
The two day conference will take place in Plymouth, Michigan at the Inn at St. John’s. Michigan’s Must-Attend Family Law Event is cosponsored by the Family Law Section of the State Bar of Michigan and the Michigan Judicial Institute. Over 400 Michigan family lawyers and judges will be in attendance. For registration and more information please visit
Ada Snyder Kerwin is a family lawyer who has a Masters degree in clinical psychology. As a psychologist, she specialized in family therapy working with individuals, couples and families. Prior to specializing exclusively in Family Law, Ms. Kerwin practiced criminal defense in federal and Michigan courts. Ms. Kerwin was admitted to the State Bar of Michigan in 1983 and is a resident of the firm’s Birmingham office.
Ms. Kerwin has completed extensive training in domestic relations mediation and collaborative law. For more information, go to
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Ms. Kerwin concentrates her practice exclusively in Family Law.
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