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  • Description

    Designed as a beginners’ course on bankruptcy law, this CLE program will explain the law’s relationship to Family Law cases including the ethical issues that may confront Family Law attorneys. The course takes attorneys on a walk-through of the filing process, a detailed account of the petition for bankruptcy and how it might impact divorce cases. The course also provides strategies for the use of Bankruptcy law to benefit their clients, chapter 7 petition and a motion for the relief from automatic stay.

  • Instructor Bio

    John Amorison

    John Amorison, Esquire has been a sole practitioner since 1997. Prior to opening his own law office, he was the law clerk to the late Honorable Steven Z. Kleiner, J.S.C. in Cumberland County, NJ. He was an associate with Jay H. Greenblatt & Associates in Vineland, NJ where he specialized in insurance defense litigation. As a sole practitioner, Mr. Amorison has been a General Practitioner practicing in Family Law, Bankruptcy, Civil Litigation, Personal Injury, Municipal Court, Appellate Practice, Wills, Trusts & Estates. He has been a Federal Arbitrator since 2000 and has heard dozens of cases and rendering Awards throughout the federal Courts in New Jersey.

    Mr. Amorison, is a graduate of Capital University School of Law in Columbus, OH. At Capital University he received a J.D. graduating cum laude and was an editor on law review. He is also a graduate of Lehigh University with a B.A. degree in History and International Relations. Mr. Amorison holds plenary licenses from Ohio (1991), New Jersey (1992), New York (2012) and the U.S. Supreme Court (1996).