This program focuses on relief under the Family Code and Code of Civil Procedure for set-aside requests of Order After Hearing, Trial Judgments, and Stipulated Agreements.
Discovery is often underused but can greatly advance and streamline family law cases. Join seasoned judicial officer Hon. Reva G. Goetz, Ret. to learn tips on how to use discovery in family law while avoiding common mistakes.
Kery Kamita, attorney/CPA with 20+ years of experience in CA divorce accounting, will discuss the marital standard of living under the income method including a step-by-step analysis and discussion of common, material adjustments to reported income.
his presentation is geared toward attorneys new to working with financial professionals in divorce court.
Bankruptcy and divorce often go hand-in-hand. Besides bankruptcy, there are often other debt and credit issues that come up and resources are needed in these areas.
The Collaborative Practice model for divorce is an important way of reaching agreements, including about highly contentious issues, with difficult personalities and entrenched family dynamics.
While the family law attorney is focused on asset division, court filings and deadlines, and custody disputes, a terrific estate planning attorney can help the client prepare for a bright future and protect themselves and their assets should the worst happen before divorce is final.
Are you wondering how the current job market is affecting your clients or the opposing parties? Please join Vocational Experts Soma McCandless and Marlis Bruns as they address various aspects of the current job market, such as opportunities for remote work, unemployment rates, which industries are faring better, or worse, and how searching for jobs has evolved.
Stock prices are collapsing, and our clients’ community wealth is vanishing. The Federal Reserve is restricting monetary policy, inflation is a beast, and venture capital is drying up.