Step-by-step guidance on the identification, characterization, valuation, and division of undisclosed community property located in other states and nations.
1 hour MCLE Credit
1.5 hours MCLE Credit
What are your lender clients’ options when a debtor cannot or will not pay a debt? Speaker Monique Jewett-Brewster will discuss the legal and practical aspects of bringing a collection action and obtaining money judgments. Learn what information you will need and strategies to maximize your client’s recovery.
3 hours MCLE Credit including 1 hour in Legal Ethics. Specialization: Estate Planning, Trust and Probate; Family Law
There are many areas where family law and estate planning intersect, requiring the practitioner to have enough knowledge to, at the minimum, spot important issues and, at a maximum, proceed with counseling and assisting the client. Many estate planners want to avoid the fray of clients in the throes of separation or divorce. Family law practitioners are often unaware of the ways an estate planner can help with the divorce process. Each can bolster or undermine the other. With this program, family law practitioners will discover the benefits of estate planning guidance during dissolution. Estate planners will learn how best to serve as consultants to the lawyer representing the parties in the dissolution. Join us to explore how these crossover considerations can help your clients and improve your practice.
This book, in a single volume, addresses what family law and estate planning attorneys need to know about each other’s disciplines. Address your clients’ needs and avoid malpractice by knowing how family law and estate planning rules intersect at critical points in your clients’ lives.
1.5 hours MCLE Credit
Crowdfunding has been used for several years to raise capital through crowdfunding websites such as Kickstarter, and now the new crowdfunding rules adopted by the SEC provide even more opportunities to raise capital and invest through online funding portals. This program provides an overview of the crowdfunding process, and a discussion of the requirements and issues in online offerings of securities. Speaker John Rafferty also provides an in-depth look at the new SEC crowdfunding rules pursuant to Title III of the JOBS Act and FINRA’s new funding portal rules.
1 hour MCLE Credit. Specialization: Family Law
The legalization of medicinal marijuana and the potential for future legalization of recreational marijuana has left family law practitioners uncertain how use will be viewed by mental health professionals and judicial officers in the family law court. Attend our seminar to learn from a child custody evaluator how to anticipate custody issues related to the use of cannabis—medicinal and otherwise—and develop a strategy to deal with them.
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