Family Law Case Law Update 2022
Category: On Demand
Member Price: $200
Non-Member Price: $250
Areas of Law: Family
|NJ CLE:||NJ CLE information: This program has been approved by the Board on Continuing Legal Education of the Supreme Court of New Jersey for 4.5 hours of total CLE credit (Full Credits Available: Matrimonial Attorney-General: 4.5, NJ General: 4.5).|
|NY CLE (t&nt):||NY Professional Practice Non-Transitional: 4.5|
|PA CLE:||PA Substantive Credit: 3.5
$16.00 fee – separate check payable to NJICLE must be submitted at the end of the program
- Hon. Hany Mawla
- James P. Yudes, Esq
- James P. Yudes, Esq, Springfield
For over 25 years, hundreds of New Jersey family lawyers and general practitioners have relied on NJICLE's annual Family Law Update to provide them with a comprehensive overview of the year's New Jersey Supreme Court and Appellate Division family law cases and other significant family law developments. This year’s program features an in-depth discussion about the key new cases every family lawyer should know.
Our program features noted Family Law attorney, James P. Yudes, along with the Hon. Hany Mawla of the Appellate Division, who will provide a concise and detailed analysis every family lawyer will appreciate. Do not miss this timely and practical program to gain the knowledge you need and insights you can use when representing family law clients. Cases to be discussed include relevant Appellate Division Cases (both published and unpublished) relating to parental rights, settlement agreements, attorney’s fees, psychological parents and NJUCCJEA. Our panel will also discuss selected unpublished Appellate Division cases.
A PARTIAL LIST OF KEY CASES INCLUDES:
- Moynihan v. Lynch
- NJ Supreme Court declares unconstitutional the “attorney review” requirement for Palimony Agreements under NJSA 25:1-5(h)
- K.A. v. F.A.
- Impact of an Adult Adoption on Child Support and Retroactivity
- Golan v. Saada
- US Supreme Court addresses the Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction
- DCP&P v. J.J.-R.
- NJ Supreme Court rejects use of Conditional re ipsa loquitur in Abuse and Neglect Cases
- DCP&P v. D.H.
- Impact of a parent’s marijuana use in termination cases in light of its recent decriminalization
- Kopec v. Moers
- What is permissible in Attorney Retainer Agreements
- Steiner v. Steiner
- What constitutes “irreconcilable differences”