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CLE Calendar 2015


January 30-31, 2015


The Hilton Bonnet Creek -
orlando, Florida

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  • Hotel Information:

    Secure your room reservation at The Hilton Bonnet Creek now at the low special seminar rate of $199.00 per night. Limited number of rooms available at the Waldorf Astoria for $269 per night (single/double occupancy).  There is complimentary Wi-Fi in the guest rooms and free access to the fitness center.

    To reserve your room online, please click here.  To reserve your room by phone, please call The Hilton Bonnet Creek at 1-888-353-2013 or the Waldorf Astoria at 1-888-353-2009. Please reference Marital and Family Law Review Course.

    The deadline for reservations is January 5, 2015.

February 18, 2015

Who's Who?  And Why You Need To Know:  Closely Held Corporations & Other Third Parties In Divorce

Live audio webcast

This program focuses on key issues every family law attorney must address when dealing with closely held corporations, trusts and other entities or third-parties in the context of a divorce or post-dissolution matter. It will explore the who, what, when and how of joining a third-party, as well as arguments against and defenses to joinder. Learn how to identify, analyze and flush out issues such as phantom income, retained earnings, and legitimate business expenses. This will be your opportunity to have questions answered by well known and distinguished attorneys who are Board Certified in Marital and Family Law.

March 6, 2015

Real Estate: What All Family Lawyers Need to Know But Most Don't

Live and Webcast Presentation

This program focuses on key real estate issues every family law attorney must address when dealing with what may be your client's only marital asset, most valuable asset, or an asset of highly emotional value to your client. The program will explore some of the most common scenarios faced by family law attorneys in the real estate context which are often overlooked or not addressed by family law practitioners.



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