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Domestic Violence and the Law: Know Your Rights!

Program Number: 2977 Presenter: Cassie Murphy, Esq.

The topic will be an overview of domestic violence laws in New Jersey. This includes the acts that constitute domestic violence; the procedures for obtaining a Temporary Restraining Order and Final Restraining Order; the remedies available to a Court when entering a Final Restraining Order; recent decisions concerning domestic violence in New Jersey; and alternatives to Final Restraining Orders as a method of relief.

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"Business Purpose" And Dividing the Family Corporation: Think Before You Let it Rip (June 26, 2019)

Program Number: 2960 Presenter: Louis Vlahos, Esq.

**** CD's are pre-order only and not available until after the program date - Online Programs are not available until after the program date. If the online purchase button is not showing, then the on-demand program is not yet available. **** The “family” is sometimes described as the smallest social organization. | Its members often comprise the entire ownership and workforce of another social organization – the business organization. As in society generally, business organizations, regardless of their size, are owned and operated by individuals whose interests in and visions for the business, though usually aligned, may diverge to the point of jeopardizing the continued health and viability of the organization, not to mention of the family. In extreme circumstances, one feuding member of the family will try to buy out the other. | Alternatively, they may decide to divide the business between them, with each taking a share. Although such a division may sound

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Prenuptial Agreements 101: How to Create Enforceable Terms in Premarital Agreements (June 3, 2019)

Program Number: 2957 Presenter: Bari Weinberger, Esq.

**** CD's are pre-order only and not available until after the program date - Online Programs are not available until after the program date. If the online purchase button is not showing, then the on-demand program is not yet available. **** A prenuptial agreement is a legal document that enables a couple contemplating marriage to pre-decide how property and assets will be divided or treated in the event of divorce. The myth still persists that "prenups" are only for the mega wealthy, but this just isn't so! In the webinar geared for family law practitioners and attorneys in other practice areas. family law expert Bari Z. Weinberger explores the practical implications of prenuptial agreements for protecting and making decisions on a wide of issues, including ownership of small family businesses, assets earmarked for children from other marriages/relationships, retirement accounts, estate plans, alimony and even intellectual property, such as protecting one spouse's

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Child Custody 101: Determining Custody and Parenting Time for Modern Families

Program Number: 2956 Presenter: Bari Weinberger, Esq.

For divorcing spouses with kids, custody decisions about their children are a top priority -- and a top source of conflict. Geared towards family law practitioners and other attorneys with clients going through divorce, family law expert Bari Z. Weinberger explores the many facets of child custody, including deciding where the children will live and how much time they spend with each parent; how certain legal decisions (i.e., medical, education and religious) will be made; parental rights; how to enforce and/or modify custody agreements, mediating child custody, and more. Ms. Weinberger will then examine common points of conflict in custody negations and identify strategies for avoiding custody battles. Participants will come away with a highly nuanced understanding of how to help divorcing parents put their children's best interests first.

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Divorce 101: The Divorce Legal Process Explained

Program Number: 2955 Presenter: Bari Weinberger, Esq.

Between 40-50 percent of married couples in U.S. will ultimately divorce. For the new family law practitioner, and for attorneys in other practice areas with clients going through divorce, family law expert Bari Z. Weinberger will take a deep dive into the divorce process to explore such key topics as: the importance of the divorce filing date; how choosing a no-fault ground for divorce such as "irreconcilable differences" can expedite the divorce process; the benefits of alternative settlement methods and how to guide clients towards understanding low conflict/out of court settlement methods; the basics of child custody and child support; the changing face of alimony; asset division, including retirement assets and high net worth complex asset division; and more. Participants will come away empowered with practical knowledge and tools to help create a safeguarded future for their clients

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The Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act

Program Number: 2922 Presenter: Julie Colton, Esq.

The Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act helps determine which court will hear a custody matter, as well as, how custody order are enforced in other jurisdictions. The act has been adopted by 49 states. Not only does it determine which state has jurisdiction can be used in some instances to determine which county has jurisdiction. Use of the uniform act for jurisdiction and enforcement will be review. This will include the registration of orders in other states.

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An Insider’s Guide To Matrimonial Law in New York

Program Number: 2915 Presenter: Michael A. Mosberg, Esq., Peter R. Stambleck, Esq.

This program is designed for non-family attorneys who represent individuals that require or may require guidance as to issues involving the practice of family law. The program will provide an overview of the major family law topic areas which shall be taught in a lecture format and supported with comprehensive materials.

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“Divorcing” and How do You Handle Children with Special Needs

Program Number: 2914 Presenter: Madeline Marzaon-Lesnevich, Esq., Francesca O'Cathain, Esq.

Children with special needs require special attention by all professions when their parents are separating or divorcing. This program “Divorcing and How do you Handle Children with Special Needs!” will address the specific and unique needs of handling a divorce with children with special needs. This program will touch on the psychological issues that play a role in determining parenting and custody plans, as well as the specific financial issues, such as child support and eligibility for federal and state services. Over the last fifteen years there has been a dramatic rise in the recognition and treatment of children with special needs and with that, comes a greater need for all professionals to adapt their roles to reflect same.

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Determining Child and Family Support Jurisdiction Using UIFSA (September 17, 2019)

Program Number: 29107 Presenter: Julie Colton, Esq.

**** CD's are pre-order only and not available until after the program date - Online Programs are not available until after the program date. If the online purchase button is not showing, then the on-demand program is not yet available. **** The Uniform Interstate Family Support Act (“UIFSA”) determines which state hears a support action and which state can enforce a support action. UIFSA can also be helpful as it requires states to work together for the purpose of facilitating family support matters. Enforcement addresses not only the payor’s responsibility, but also the employer’s responsibility. Learn how states must work together, which state will hear an action, whether or not a case can be conferenced across stateliness, and how to register an order with another state.

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