Aug 14th 2023
Jun 12th 2023
Jun 5th 2023
A review of a basic Moore/Marsden as well as some common complications that may arise.
May 16th 2023
When we perform quick, down-and-dirty guideline support calculations we are suggesting to clients that support calculations are easy. Guideline support calculations are not easy. Best case, we are converting a complex service into a generic product. Worst case, we are providing inaccurate and misleading numbers to clients. This guideline support pr
May 15th 2023
A back to basics overview of valuations for family law purposes. We will review the Market Method, Asset Method, and Excess Earnings Methods as well as potential appropriate adjustments.
Apr 27th 2023
What do we need to consider when a case involves a sole proprietor, the owner of a C-Corp, a 100% owner of a pass-through entity, or a partial owner of a pass-through entity? This presentation will emphasize and explain guideline support inputs specific to business owners. This presentation will move beyond the basic employee wage and salary relate
Apr 18th 2023
Lisa and Soma will discuss how different industries are faring in today's labor market, how an evaluee's strengths and challenges are considered in the context of job finding and how a vocational evaluation may help settle support issues in family law cases. The experts will also present relevant case studies.
Mar 24th 2023
8 Programs - 11 MCLE hours - You must watch all 8 videos to get the full 11 MCLE hours
Diving Into the Details: Challenging and Defending Premarital and Interspousal AgreementsAdvocacy Aspects - 1Difficult Custoday Issues In High Conflict Cases: A Practical Approach for Judges and PractitionersAttributes of the Difficult to Litigate Bu
Feb 15th 2023
"Try taking a journey by covered wagon across the family law departments on the section 217 trail. At the central courthouse, will you slosh your oxen through mud and water or get stuck in the forfeiture rut? Win the game by introducing live testimony."
Feb 8th 2023
When parents cannot agree on the best interests of their children, their recourse is to litigate the matter. Like all processes for the resolution of disputes, litigation has pluses and minuses. The benefits and risks of litigation rest, in substantial measure, on how the litigation is handled and how the case narratives are developed.
Jan 24th 2023
An overview of issues and procedures for the moving and responding parties when there is a request to violate a contemnor's family law contempt probation.
Nov 14th 2022
Nov 4th 2022
Nov 4th 2022
Oct 26th 2022
How to Get What You Cannot Get at Trial: A Win-Win Settlement Approach. Issues to ponder when you analyze the pros and cons of trial versus settlement.