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. This webinar will look at the unintended negative consequences of litigation and how these unintended consequences can be anticipated, mitigated and, perhaps, avoided. The presenter, Robert A. Simon, Ph.D., is an internationally acclaimed forensic psychologist whose nearly 40 year body of professional work focuses exclusively on issues of parenting, child custody and dispute management/resolution in family courts.
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.
Dec 9th 2022
PreTrial Discovery and Trial of Domestic Violence Action
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.
Oct 19th 2022
Whether you are seeking to have hearsay admitted into evidence or you are resisting the hearsay, you must know this frequently used rule and its exceptions and exclusions. We will cover the rules that you will need for most family law hearings.
Sep 21st 2022
Aug 31st 2022
Social media is everywhere and everchanging. It provides us with a treasure trove of evidence to use in family law hearing trials. We will show you how to ethically obtain social media posts for use as evidence and how to admit social media into evidence.
Aug 24th 2022
How do we help our clients sell a house with a tenant or enforce a right of possession when there is no DVRO filing? With the near unprecedented increase in housing values, selling houses has become more common. Unfortunately, this prospect can become troublesome very quickly if someone else also has possessory rights. Come talk about the intersection between Family Law and Unlawful Detainers to help your clients better understand how their rights in the world of real property possession work.
Jun 29th 2022
This panel continues to discuss common methods of enforcing judgment which it did not get to in the first panel. It will also go deeper into some of the methods already discussed in Part 1.
Ira is a Certified Family Law Specialist with over 45 years experience in this area. David is also a Certified Family Law Specialist with over 20 years experience in this area. Ira and David have done hundreds of bank levies and wage garnishments and also been successful in more novel methods of enforcement of judgments/orders.
Jun 29th 2022
This program covers decoupling the joint standard of living and addressing spousal support where parties had different standards of living during their marriage or domestic partnership.
Jun 13th 2022