Family Law Symposium Friday Night Program – Child Support
Category: On Demand
Member Price: $220
Non-Member Price: $275
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 2.4 hours of total CLE credit (Full Credits Available: Matrimonial Attorney-General: 2.4, NJ General: 2.4).|
|NY CLE (t&nt):||NY Professional Practice Non-Transitional: 2.0|
|PA CLE:||PA Substantive Credit: 2.0
$8.00 fee – separate check payable to NJICLE must be submitted at the end of the program
On January 27th, hundreds of family law attorneys, judges, paralegals and other related professionals attended New Jersey’s premier family law event, the 2023 Family Law Symposium! Hear thought-provoking and insightful presentations from many of the state’s leading lawyers and judges, and to network with colleagues and other family law professionals.
Don’t miss out on New Jersey’s top Family Law event featuring compelling and timely discussions!
- The Guidelines, what they are designed to accomplish, how they are determined, what is included and how they can be improved. Also, the proposals that are anticipated to come from the Family Law Executive Committee Task Force on the Child Support Guidelines. – Sheryl J. Seiden, Esq.
- The use of trusts and other devices to secure payment of child support, educational expenses, and other extraordinary expenses, especially for children for whom the probation departments will not collect support because the children may have aged out. – Frank A. Louis. Esq.
- Child support and expenses for “special needs” children, including the use of special needs trusts and other arrangements. Also, information and discussion on what governmental and educational services are available and how to access them. – Lauren A. Miceli, Esq.
- Expenses that may, or may not, be included in the Guidelines calculations, i.e. auto and auto insurance expenses, tutoring, sports and extracurricular activities as well as some considerations for above guideline cases. – Thomas A. Roberto, Esq.