From dischargeability issues to how the bankruptcy will be filed in court, consumer bankruptcy cases present many novel issues for new and non-bankruptcy attorneys.
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This CLE presented by family law attorney Danielle Knestbaum will advise family law professionals of communication technology that is increasingly being ordered by courts and recommended by attorneys in custody cases.
In this CLE course, Jacob Stein will show you ways to protect assets common to all clients: houses, bank & brokerage accounts, rental real estate, businesses & professional practices & retirement plans.
Retirement savings represent the bulk of many clients’ assets. Therefore, dividing retirement accounts is one of the most important aspects of divorce settlements. With a little practical guidance you can confidently navigate dividing retirement benefits for your clients.
The goal of bankruptcy is the discharge – when the debtor is released from personal liability for certain specified types of debts. Unfortunately, your client may commit certain actions that can prevent them from discharging their debt due to Bankruptcy Code Section 727(a).
Federal Rule of Bankruptcy Procedure 9011 provides that all documents within its scope require the lawyer’s certification of proper purpose, warranted by law or a non-frivolous argument for extension or reversal of the law, and evidentiary factual support.
In this CLE tax crash course Sam Brotman details how you can help the businesses you counsel spot tax issues before they become major headaches.
North Carolina attorneys are required to complete 12 hours of approved NC CLE by December 31. Of the 12 required hours, at least 2 hours must be accredited for legal ethics.
As student load debt has skyrocketed over the last decade — now approaching $1.5 trillion total — many former students have found themselves in default being unable to pay their massive undergraduate and graduate school debt back. To learn more about what you can do to help your clients with defaulted student loans, join Natalie Jean-Baptiste as she discusses potential options for your clients.