This training seminar will feature an overview of the proper service of process including subjects such as due diligence, methods of service, returns, a summary of Non-Enforceable Writs and an analysis of how bankruptcy affects the service or process. Actual cases and fact situations will also be presented.
This seminar is designed to provide detailed training on the service of Enforceable Writs. It also includes a "Best Proposed Forms" section as well as individual time slots for legal advice and document review. The advanced training seminar will also address recent issues that have arisen in Sheriff's offices around the State to allow other offices to get a step up on current nuances in the service of process.
KCPT, Inc is certified by the Criminal Justice Standards & Training Commission (CJSTC), State of Florida, to present Seminars and Courses for Career Advancement credit for Florida Sheriffs.
* Participants will receive a comprehensive Digital "Handbook" for each Seminar.
* All Seminars include a "Best Proposed Forms" section.
The upcoming Keating Civil Process Training Seminars will be held at the DAYTONA BEACH PLAZA RESORT.
Your Sheriff's Office will now have the opportunity of sponsoring upcoming ON-SITE TRAINING SEMINARS. KCPT has recently presented regional seminars at the Lee County sheriff, and at Wakulla County sheriff for domestic violence training, Non-Enforceable and Enforceable writs.
Keating Civil Process Training provides Sheriff's Offices throughout the State of Florida with liability focused training in all areas of judicial process. Keating Civil Process Trainings are open to law enforcement officers as well as clerks and management personnel.
Gerard Keating has been a Florida licensed attorney for 34 years practicing in all aspects of the law, specifically civil litigation. Mr. Keating was a board certified civil trial lawyer from 1989 - 2004. Mr. Keating has 23 plus years of teaching experience, more recently in the paralegal program at Daytona State College.
He has been providing Sheriff's Offices throughout the State with on-demand legal advice regarding civil process issues since 2004. Mr. Keating's experience and expertise provides him with a cutting edge view of civil process. Jessie Keating Hardy is a member of the Florida and also Alabama Bar.
Learn from two State of Florida Licensed Attorneys experienced in Civil Process & Training
We would like to extend our Thanks as well as our Congratulations to the more than 120 participants from 21 Sheriff's Offices from every part of Florida for participating in last year's Daytona Beach Seminars and receiving their credit hours which can be applied as continuing education credits for career advancement!
2017 Civil Process Training Seminars
Here is a link to the Florida Legislature for more on current legislation: Florida Legislature