Webinars

 

Love’s Labor Lost? When Does Marital Labor Create Marital Appreciation?

November 17th – 11:45 am – 1:00 pm

Charles Fox Miller, Esq., David Manz, Esq., & Theodore Uno, Esq.

This webinar will provide an in depth discussion of the potentially far reaching  impact of the Witt-Bahls v. Bahls case, and how marital enhancement of non-marital businesses is determined.  There will be a discussion concerning the analysis of active and passive efforts of a spouse to their non-marital business interests, and how the Court’s opinion may impact other types of assets.

 

2019 Webinars

Purchase a subscription of all three webinars for $249 or $99 per webinar.
To register for the webinars, please click here.

Trying Times for Alimony? Trying Your Alimony Case.

  • Reuben Doupe, Esq. & R.T. White, Esq.
  • September 12, 2019
  • 11:45 am – 1:00 pm

Alimony legislation campaigns provide a treasure trove of gold for successfully trying your alimony case. Perhaps your judge was an opponent of alimony reform? Or a proponent? Where does opposing counsel stand? Knowing the issues and identifying the disputes can help you sluice through the muck and hit pay dirt. Learn and laugh with the best of the best while refining your trial skills for alimony trial victory.

Parenting X3
Parenting Plans with in loco parentis and defacto parents

  • Neena Malik, Ph.D & Yueh-Mei Kim Nutter, Esq.
  • October 24, 2019
  • 11:45 am – 1:00 pm

Who can marry, who can adopt and parentage through artificial reproductive techniques has changed the idea of who is a parent, and how many parents children can have. Courts have recognized the psychological parent, the parent in loco parentis and the defacto parent, as having rights to seek access to the minor child. A discussion of challenges in drafting detailed Parenting Plans for multiple parents.

Emerging Issues in Technology and Family Law

  • Laura Davis Smith, Esq. & Debbie Foster
  • November 21, 2019
  • 11:45 am – 1:00 pm

Webinars – Available On Demand

Please call 1-866-872-5840 to register for an On Demand course.

How to Present the Tax Evidence in Court, Including Pointers on Effective Cross and Direct and When an Expert is Necessary

  • Roberta Stanley, Esq. and James D. Gilbert, J.D. Gilbert & Company, CPAs
  • 1.5 CLE Credits

Reading a Tax Return and Using that Information for the Financial Affidavit as well as Analyzing the Opposing Party’s Financial Affidavit

  • Mark Sessums, Esq. and Monica Ospina, Ospina, Everett & Shechter, LLP
  • 1.5 CLE Credits

How Will the New Tax Laws Affect Your Bottom Line? Important Information to Assist You in Running Your Practice

  • Elisha Roy, Esq. and Cinnamin O’Shell, Manis O’Shell, LLC
  • 1.5.CLE Credits