Indiana CLE - Family Law Courses

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  • Elder Law for Family Law Attorneys

    It’s impossible to say whether there is any correlation between the rise in the elder population and the rise in divorces, and yet, more and more seniors are filing for divorce. This CLE course will help family law attorneys prepare for the unique set of issues that may arise in divorce settlements among seniors and how elder law may impact the proceedings. The course will explain elder law as well as Medicaid, SSI and the impact of a support award on benefit eligibility all within the context... More Info

    1.5General Credits
  • Spousal Abuse Petitions for I-360 and I-751 Cases

    There are vast complexities in evaluating psychosocial cases for spousal abuse, and the complications are made even more severe when they are in the context of immigration petitions. This timely and comprehensive CLE course, presented by attorney Mark Silver, will explain how these types of cases are evaluated from a clinical perspective as well as the potential challenges that the victim may face as married to an American citizen. Characteristics of abusers, typical cycles of abuse, understan... More Info

    1.2General Credits
  • Unique Divorce Issues Arising under Jewish Law

    The interplay between Jewish law as implemented by the Beth Din (rabbinical court) and secular law is a fascinating topic of study. This CLE course will explain the unique features of a Jewish divorce, the requirements of the ketuba (Jewish marriage agreement document) as well as its financial ramifications and the process of marriage dissolution through a Get (writ of divorce). The presentation will explain the requirements for divorce under Jewish law, including mutual participation of both... More Info

    1.3General Credits
  • Equitable and Not So Equitable Division of Real Estate in Divorce

    Real estate, unlike liquid assets, is not necessarily divided 50/50 in a divorce. The process of dividing and distributing real property between spouses is therefore quite complex, and fraught with peril. Who keeps the marital home? How are the proceeds of a sale divided? What factors are considered in determining whether a sale, buyout or deferred sale is equitable? All this and more will be discussed in the comprehensive CLE course on the various statutory factors considered in the division... More Info

    1.8General Credits
  • Matrimonial Law from A to Z

    As the rate of the divorce seems to be on an endless climb, the importance of understanding matrimonial law in becomes that much more imperative. This CLE course will provide a comprehensive and informative introduction to matrimonial law in New York State and will cover all issues of divorce, regardless of whether the parties meet residency requirements applicable to the signing of the Judgment of Divorce. Relating both the legal issues and practical strategy, the course will provide practical... More Info

    1.3General Credits
  • Breaking Up the Home Without Losing the House: Intersection of Foreclosure and Divorce

    Divorces and foreclosure cases often go hand-in-hand. With the recent changes to divorce law, compounded by the changes to child support that took effect, the impact on foreclosure is manifold. This CLE course will explain what every divorce attorney needs to know about foreclosure and what every consumer debtor practitioner needs to know about divorce. More Info

    1.3General Credits
  • New Jersey Will Drafting Basics

    This CLE course, designed to teach the basics in drafting a will for a New Jersey client, will explain the statutory requirements that form the basis for a valid will. The course will present the 7 specific clauses and provisions and address the typical concerns of clients. Materials such as wills for a single person, for couples with a without children both young and adult and for couples with children from a former marriage, will all be presented. More Info

    1.8General Credits
  • How to Conduct a Comprehensive Client Consultation and Intake for your Matrimonial or Family Law Client

    Client consultations are the idea venue to gain client trust as well as gather information that might be helpful at trial, particularly in the emotionally-charged atmosphere of family law. This CLE course, focused primarily on divorce, custody, child and spousal support and equitable distribution issues, will explore the issues related to representing clients dealing with these issues. The course will provide advice and guidelines for winning the client, identifying and resolving issues and deve... More Info

    1.8General Credits
  • Asset Protection and Estate Planning Under the New Tax Act

    The tax cut act created requirements in the area of transfer tax law and estate planning. This CLE course will explain those requirements and define the three critical steps necessary as well as pitfalls to avoid. The course will explain the use of irrevocable trusts to protect assets in case of divorce as well as asset protection planning, advanced trust and offshore structures and the protection of specific assets such as retirement, residences and others. More Info

    1General Credit
  • The Building Blocks of Mediation

    Designed to provide a general overview of mediation theory by introducing basic terminology employed during the mediation process, this CLE course will effectively summarize the basic tenets of mediation theory. The course will also explain the work of the Ecclesiastical Court known as a Beit Din, which employs both mediation and arbitration techniques to resolve disputes. More Info

    2.1General Credits
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