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Marital Breach of Fiduciary Duty Claims

This program will provide tips for advising your clients about meeting their fiduciary duties, evaluating opposing parties’ actions for breach, and pursuing breach of fiduciary duty claims.

 

1 hour MCLE Credit; specialization: Family Law

Understanding interspousal fiduciary duties is critical to accurately advising your clients and evaluating their cases. Fiduciary obligations do not end with separation--ensure your clients are fulfilling their fiduciary duties through the divorce. Remedies may be available for adverse financial actions that run afoul of the fiduciary obligations. This program will provide tips for advising your clients about meeting their fiduciary duties, evaluating opposing parties’ actions for breach, and pursuing breach of fiduciary duty claims.

Program Highlights:

  • Fiduciary duties during the marriage
  • Continuing fiduciary duties in separation and after divorce
  • What constitutes a breach
  • Statute of limitations
  • Remedies

This is an intermediate-level program and assumes some family law experience.

On Demand FA59874-191

Livecast program recorded 4/25/17. 

 

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$ 79.00

Understanding interspousal fiduciary duties is critical to accurately advising your clients and evaluating their cases. Fiduciary obligations do not end with separation--ensure your clients are fulfilling their fiduciary duties through the divorce. Remedies may be available for adverse financial actions that run afoul of the fiduciary obligations. This program will provide tips for advising your clients about meeting their fiduciary duties, evaluating opposing parties’ actions for breach, and pursuing breach of fiduciary duty claims.

Program Highlights:

  • Fiduciary duties during the marriage
  • Continuing fiduciary duties in separation and after divorce
  • What constitutes a breach
  • Statute of limitations
  • Remedies

This is an intermediate-level program and assumes some family law experience.

ARIEL R. SOSNA

ARIEL R. SOSNA

ARIEL R. SOSNA, CFLS, has been exclusively practicing family law in California (San Francisco Bay Area) since 2007. Ms. Sosna received her JD, with a concentration in Family Law, from UC Hastings School of the Law and her BA in Psychology from UC Berkeley. Ms. Sosna was was co-chairperson of the Family Law Section of the San Francisco Bar Association's Barristers Club in 2009 and 2010 and she has been named to Super Lawyers magazine Rising Star list for the last eight consecutive years (2009–2016). Ms. Sosna previously worked at the San Francisco Superior Court Family Law Facilitator's Office, the Law Center for Families (assisting with the Deaf Women's Legal Project), and the Center for Families, Children and the Courts, a division of the Administrative Office of the Courts. She was also a research assistant for Professor Weisberg, contributing to "Modern Family Law: Cases and Materials and California Family Code and Related Provisions with Commentary." Ms. Sosna is a member of the family law section of the State Bar of California, a member of Queen's Bench, and an active member the San Francisco Bar Association, Family Law Section.

SARAH A. VAN VOORHIS

SARAH A. VAN VOORHIS

SARAH A. VAN VOORHIS, CFLS, has been exclusively practicing family law in California (San Francisco Bay Area) since 2001. Ms. Van Voorhis received her JD from Stanford Law School and her BA from the University of Utah, where she graduated Phi Beta Kappa. Ms. Van Voorhis has been recognized by Super Lawyers magazine every year since 2009. In 2014, Ms. Van Voorhis was appointed by the State Bar of California to the Family Law Advisory Commission. Her experience gained her inclusion on the San Francisco Superior Court's Settlement Master panel, where she serves as family law settlement master (settlement judge). She was chairperson of the family law section of the San Francisco Bar Association's Barristers Club in 2008 and served as vice-chair of the family law section in 2007. She currently serves as a board member of the Stanford Club of San Francisco, is a member of the family law section of the State Bar of California, a member of the family law section of the American Bar Association, an active member of the San Francisco Bar Association and an active member of Bay Area Lawyers for Individual Freedom (BALIF).

Products specifications
PRODUCT GROUP CLE
MCLE HOUR 0.5 - 2
PRACTICE AREA Family Law
SUBTOPICS Property Division
SUBTOPICS Remedies
SPECIALIZATION Family Law
SUBTOPICS Subtopic description: (A) Dissolution of marriage, contempt and/or enforcement or mediation (not including custody), and/or negotiation of family law disputes
Products specifications
PRODUCT GROUP CLE
MCLE HOUR 0.5 - 2
PRACTICE AREA Family Law
SUBTOPICS Property Division
SUBTOPICS Remedies
SPECIALIZATION Family Law
SUBTOPICS Subtopic description: (A) Dissolution of marriage, contempt and/or enforcement or mediation (not including custody), and/or negotiation of family law disputes