Family Law Practice Portal

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Does Non-debtor Spouse Have a Claim in Bankruptcy?

Source: Navigating the Intersection of Consumer Bankruptcy & Divorce; October 26, 2016

Steven Weiss, Esq.

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Step-by-step guidance

This professional development plan takes you step by step through the most essential elements of family law practice.


How to Use the Plan


Click on a unit to identify relevant online resources that have been selected from MCLE’s collection of programs and publications. Then click on any link to


  • view a recommended program or specific lecture,
  • read a relevant chapter,
  • select a sample form, or
  • choose a training module with a practical demonstration by MCLE's highly experienced faculty.

The resources identified represent only a small portion of what is available on MCLE’s website. To see what else is available on any given topic, click the “See All MCLE Resources” link at the bottom of each unit to conduct a search for other full programs, individual lectures, chapters and forms.


Ongoing Updates and Additions


We continue to work on this plan and are adding dynamic content to each of these topics on a regular basis, including new programs and lectures, information from our books, and demonstrations. Keep checking back for updates and new material. We also look forward to your suggestions on how we can make this plan the most effective tool for your professional development and training needs.


Other Available Resources


In addition to the resources available through the professional development plan, MCLE offers in-person programming for developing core competencies and providing opportunities to engage with the family law practice community. MCLE’s signature two-day Divorce Law: MCLE BasicsPlus!® program helps you master the fundamental concepts, law, and skills to represent your clients successfully. MCLE’s annual Family Law Conference and Juvenile Delinquency & Child Welfare Conference provide cutting-edge analyses of the latest practice developments and opportunities to share ideas with attorneys in similar practices from around the state. If you are building a family law litigation practice, be sure to attend MCLE’s Family Law Trial Advocacy Workshop and Family Law Mediation training for intensive week-long, hands-on bootcamps to help you hone your skills and learn the techniques needed to advocate for your clients.


Note to Firm Training Directors and Law School Librarians & Clinical Program Directors


MCLE’s professional development plans have been designed to complement in-house training and law school educational programs. Firms can tailor plans to the specific needs of their training programs—taking associates unit by unit through an entire practice area plan or targeting only the areas of greatest relevance. Law school faculty and clinical program directors can use professional development plans to identify lectures, demonstrations, articles and forms for use in the classroom, as a supplement to classroom presentations, or to support the student’s representation of clients in the school’s clinical program. If your firm or law school subscribes to the MCLE OnlinePass™, all the electronic resources included in MCLE’s professional development plans are instantly accessible to everyone in your firm or school.