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Top Challenges in Florida Family Law LIVE Virtual Training

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Top Challenges in Florida Family Law

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Overcoming Difficult Issues in Family Law

Resolving the wide variety of issues that must be addressed in family law can be challenging. This course will tackle some of the biggest problems in family cases, including tough discovery and evidence issues, complex assets, military divorce matters and much more. Don't miss this opportunity to take your family law skills to the next level with these helpful tactics for overcoming key challenges - register today!

  • Explore the challenges involved with conducting complex discovery involving social media, email and text.
  • Discover effective ways to find and untangle complex assets involved in divorce.
  • Tackle difficult retirement and pension concerns with a comprehensive look at QDROs.
  • Review ways to overcome complicated problems that arise with determining child and spousal support.
  • Take the confusion out of the tricky considerations surrounding a military divorce.
  • Discuss efficient methods to confront heated custody and parenting time dilemmas.
  • Learn approaches for dealing with parental alienation and abuse allegations.


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  1. Overcoming Discovery and Evidence Obstacles in Family Law
    9:00 - 9:30, Spencer D. West
    1. Smart Phone, Text and Social Media Evidence - Uncovering Critical Information
    2. Balancing the Need for Information and the Cost
    3. Spoliation Pitfalls
    4. Subpoenas for Cell Phone Records and Social Media - Confronting Common Defenses
    5. Authentication and Admission Evidence Challenges
  2. Complex Assets: Finding, Valuing and Dividing
    9:30 - 10:15, Deborah Beylus
    1. Commingled Separate and Marital Assets
    2. Real Property Interests
    3. Valuing and Dividing Family Business Assets
    4. Finding Hidden Assets, Income and Debt
    5. Using Forensic Accountants and Business Valuation Experts
    6. Prenuptial Agreements: Proving/Disproving Validity
  3. QDROs: Solutions to Common Challenges
    10:30 - 11:15, Matthew L. Lundy
    1. Different Plans, Different Methods of Division, Different Difficulties
      1. Defined Benefit Plans
      2. Defined Contribution Plans
      3. Government Plans
    2. Settlement Agreement Challenges
      1. Do They Align with QDROs?
      2. Are Tax Consequences Factored in?
    3. Complications that Cause Malpractice Allegations
  4. Child and Spousal Support: Top Issues that MUST be Addressed
    11:15 - 12:00, Alyssa D. Honickman
    1. UIFSA and Jurisdictional Issues
    2. New Tax Laws Affecting Support
    3. Imputed Income
    4. Analysis of the Current Child Support Model
    5. Arguing Spousal Support
    6. Enforcement Options
    7. Modification and Termination Procedures and Tactics
    8. Case Law Update
  5. Military Divorce
    1:00 - 1:45, Spencer D. West
    1. Uniformed Services Former Spouse Protection Act Updates
    2. Current Case Law
    3. Jurisdictional Considerations
    4. Custody and Visitation Issues
    5. Child and Spousal Support
    6. Military Pension, Retirement and Benefits
    7. Survivor Benefit Plan for Retired Military Personnel
    8. Military Reservists' Retirement Benefits
    9. Survivorship and Military Disability Benefits
    10. Federal Health Benefit Concerns
    11. Contempt
  6. High-Conflict Custody and Parenting Time Concerns
    1:45 - 2:30, Aubrey H. Ducker Jr.
    1. Negotiating/Drafting Pitfalls: Avoiding Provisions that Lead to Disputes
    2. Custody Evaluations Reports - How, What and When to Challenge
    3. UCCJEA and Relocation - Key Challenges
    4. Temporary Orders for Custody - Getting What You Want
    5. Custody Concerns in Same-Sex Couples
    6. When to Modify or Terminate the Parenting Plan
  7. Parental Alienation and Abuse Allegations: Key Hurdles for Proving/Disproving
    2:45 - 3:30, Alyssa D. Honickman
    1. Proving Alienation: Mental Health vs. Court Views
    2. Witness Examination: GALs, Parenting Coordinators and More
    3. Key Challenges in Admissibility of Evidence and Testimony
    4. Fighting Against False Allegations
  8. Ethics in Family Law
    3:30 - 4:30, Aubrey H. Ducker Jr.
    1. Managing Client Expectations
    2. Limited Scope Representation
    3. Dealing with Difficult Clients
    4. Researching and Preventing Conflicts of Interest
    5. Communication with Adverse Party

Who Should Attend

This advanced level online program will benefit:

  • Attorneys
  • Guardians Ad Litem and Other Child Representatives
  • Social Workers
  • Counselors
  • Paralegals


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