Negotiating, Substantiating & Codifying Alimony Agreements
Alimony guidance with guidelines
- Product Number: 2230064P01
CLE Credits, earn up to:
3 substantive credits, 0.5 ethics credits CLE Credit Note
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Alimony and support can be a difficult or confusing concept for clients. Practitioners are often asked if a client should waive it, pay it monthly, buyout for a lump sum, or use other assets? Who is entitled to receive support and what if the parties have children?
This seminar provides both new and experienced practitioners with what you need to know about alimony. How do the Child Support Guidelines revisions affect alimony? How have the alimony percentage ranges changed due to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act? How should alimony be handled in prenuptial or postnuptial agreements? This experienced panel dives deep into these and other issues related to alimony. Gain a better understanding of the steps you must take to protect your client.
Don't miss this opportunity to advance your skills in this critical area of family law practice!
Agenda & Materials
Alimony Percentages in Light of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017
Alimony in Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements
Alimony Buyouts and Unequal Asset Division
Alimony and Child Support
Alimony and Asset Division
“Ask the Experts” Q&A Session
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- $175.50 - MCLE Sponsor Member
- $97.50 - New Lawyer
- $97.50 - Pending Admittee
- $97.50 - Law Student
- $97.50 - Paralegal
- $195.00 - All Others