Family/Matrimonial

Sort by: Price Title

Page 1 of 1

Preview

16-Hour New Jersey Bridge-the-Gap, Day 2

Have you recently been admitted to practice in New Jersey? Newly admitted New Jersey attorneys can satisfy the mandatory requirement of taking 15 MCLE credits in specified New Jersey subject areas, taught by attorneys licensed and practicing New Jersey law by attending this program here at the House of the Association. More


Register
  • $0.00
Preview

Divorce Law 101: Breaking Up Doesn't Have to be Hard to Do

Divorce is a complicated area of practice that can take a serious personal and financial toll on all involved in the process. This course was created as an introduction to divorce law, allowing you to learn some of the important strategies involved in successfully representing your client and providing him or her with the best outcome possible. More


Register
  • $0.00
Preview

Immigration Remedies Available Now: Are You Prepared?

This CLE will provide a practical introduction to the anticipated passage of the new comprehensive immigration reform bill. Through a series of panels of experienced immigration practitioners, the CLE will highlight the bill’s major changes to the current immigration system, and then provide in-depth analysis of several of the bill’s key components, including Registered Provisional Immigrant status, new visa options, heightened worksite enforcement, and changes to the family-based immigration categories. More


Register
  • $0.00
Preview

Marriage Equality - The 2nd Anniversary - Updates on Case Law and Developments

New York’s passage of a marriage equality law extended many of the rights, privileges and obligations of marriage to same-sex couples who wish to marry in New York. Because Federal Law continues to disregard same-sex marriage, this raises complex legal issues. More


Register
  • $0.00
Preview

Online Evidence for Matrimonial Attorneys: Ensuring What You See is What You Get

This program covers three main topics: (1) the ease with which emails can be faked and how to validate emails used as evidence, (2) preserving web pages, and (3) minimizing costs and eliminating obstacles when subpoenaing an internet company. This seminar includes invaluable resources such as judicial orders, legal articles, statutes and case law, and sample documents for use in practice.Co-Instructors: PETER J. More


Register
  • $0.00
Preview

The Multi-State Trusts and Estates Practice: How Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, New Jersey & Pennsylvania Laws Affect New York Trusts & Estates Practitioners

Our ever increasingly mobile society tends to result in New York estates and trusts owning assets in other jurisdictions and having beneficiaries who are not New York residents. In addition, New York residents may change their domicile to another state. As a result, New York practitioners may be required to be conversant with the laws of other states to properly administer the non-New York aspects of New York estates and trusts, and to administer the estates and trusts of clients who have moved from New York to another state. More


Register
  • $0.00