North Carolina CLE - Family Law Courses

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National Academy of Continuing Legal Education is a Sponsor (5258) of CLE courses, approved by the North Carolina State Bar Board of Continuing Legal Education. Attorneys may earn all 12 NC CLE credits from the United Institute for Continuing Legal Education. To view our full accreditation details please .

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  • Pitfalls To Avoid When Real Estate and Matrimonial Issues Collide

    Matrimonial law requires attorneys to possess a wide breadth of knowledge since it intersects with many other areas of laws including immigration, contracts, criminal law, property, insurance, trusts, estates and taxes. The place where matrimonial and real estate law overlap is particularly complex and fascinating. Divorcing couples typically jointly own at least one piece of property, usually the marital residence, though some couples may own many properties. From rental properties,... More Info

    1General Credit
  • Matrimonial Law: Four Topics Attorneys Need to Know

    The four key elements of matrimonial law – divorce, support, custody and special relief – will all be discussed in this introductory CLE course. The course will explain the most important considerations as well as areas of potential complication. The course will place special focus on the need to consider “pertinent negative” which may be the foundation for the successful handling and result of a case. Primarily concerned with how to develop and proceed effectively in matrimoni... More Info

    1.25General Credits
  • Estate Planning: Common Issues; Practical Answers

    Practitioners across all disciplines are no strangers to complaints about grantor trusts, and it's likely that such grievances will continue to arise. Grantor trusts have become a cornerstone of most contemporary estate plans. One of the many "benefits" of grantor trusts is that the individual who establishes the trust, known as the settlor, is responsible for paying income tax on any income earned within the trust. This is an excellent strategy for accelerating the growth of trust assets and... More Info

    1General Credit
  • Rules and Principles of The Division of Real Estate Between Married and Unmarried Partners

    Divorce is difficult – both emotionally and financially. Separating lives that were once united is complicated from every respect and the division of assets is one of the most combative issues couples face. This CLE course will focus on the division of real estate and the importance of prenuptial and mid-marriage agreements in protecting a spouse’s interest in a property, particularly when a down payment was provided by a family member. The course will explain the various pitfa... More Info

    1General Credit
  • Ethical Considerations in Matrimonial and Family Law

    This interactive CLE course will address various ethical issues that may be faced by matrimonial and family court practitioners in their interactions with clients, other attorneys and within their own firm. Employing a mock format, the course will use the New York Rules of Professional Conduct as its foundation to present real-life examples and solutions alongside potential outcomes and methods of addressing how to best navigate these issues. Designed to provide you with the skills to... More Info

    1Ethics Credit
  • The Secure ACT: Five Key Considerations

    This CLE course will explain the SECURE Act (Setting Every Community Up For Retirement Enhancement) and its impact on the nation’s retirement system. The course will address the five main focus areas of the SECURE Act and how, as an attorney, the law may affect your financial plan. The course will cover topics such as the new age requirements for RMD’s and age limitations on traditional IRA’s, distribution options for beneficiaries, flexibility and options with regards to 529 p... More Info

    1General Credit
  • Intermittent FMLA: Understanding an Employer's Obligations

    The difficult part of the already complex FMLA is understanding intermittent and reduced schedule leave. This informative CLE course will offer tips and strategies to understand the basics of taking intermittent and reduced-schedule FMLA leave and how to ensure compliance with the law. The course will offer a deeper understanding of the FMLA and how to violations of the FMLA and legal liability. The course will present: Scheduling FMLA leave Multiple methods for determining the 12-m... More Info

    1General Credit
  • Managing FMLA Leaves of Absence

    This comprehensive CLE course will offer an in-depth understanding of leave of absences with regards to FMLA compliance. A legalistic and complex set of laws, this CLE course will offer a step-by-step guide to understanding the requirements set forth in the FMLA relating to leave of absences. The course will also present a detailed plan of action for when employees are out on a leave of absence to ensure legal compliance. The course will also tips and strategies to: Understand w... More Info

    1General Credit
  • Understanding Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect Cases

    Nursing home cases can be incredibly complex and with today’s aging demographics, they are increasingly common. This important CLE course will help you identify and evaluate nursing home cases, understand what rules apply to these cases (including federal and state regulations and laws), and the primary differences from "normal" personal injury cases. The course will also offers tips and strategies to present these cases persuasively at trial. More Info

    1.5General Credits
  • Custody Decisions: When God and Culture Have a Say

    Custody matters are always tricky. Adding issues of culture and religion into the equation only complicates matters. This CLE course will offer an analysis of custody cases characterized by issues of culture and religion and how these differences are exhibited by the two parents. The course will review both case law and psychological protocols typically used to understand the factors that a court will likely consider and the importance it will attribute in handling these issues. More Info

    1General Credit
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