Litigating contested divorces
Tuesday June 05 , 2012
- By: inMotion
- Time: 9:30 AM - 1:00 PM
- Time Zone: Eastern Time (US & Canada)
- CLE Credit
Seward & Kissel LLPOne Battery Park PlazaNew York, NYMap: maps.google.com
- Website: www.inmotiononline.org
NOTE: This training is only open to attorneys and summer associates from Corporate Partner firms participating in the inMotion 2012 Summer Associate Program, who have been assigned contested divorce matters.
Attorneys and summer associates will be trained to represent inMotion clients in litigated divorce actions in Supreme Court. Procedural and substantive aspects will be discussed in detail. Issues to be addressed will include: equitable distribution of marital property, maintenance, child support, and child custody and visitation.
Summer associates will work under the supervision of admitted attorneys from their firms. If cases are not resolved by the end of the summer, supervising attorneys will handle cases until completion. Assigned pro bono cases will require one or more court appearances.
Only attorneys and summer associates from firms participating in inMotion's 2012 Summer Associate Program who have been assigned contested divorce matters need to register for this training. Please obtain the training manual and case file from your firm's inMotion liaison in advance of the training date.
- Rachel Braunstein, Esq., Staff Attorney, inMotion, Inc.
- Margie Bechara, Esq., Supervising Attorney, inMotion, Inc.
- CLE Credit Comments: 3.5 CLE credits upon course completion (for admitted attorneys only) 1.5 skills / 1.5 professional practice / 0.5 ethics For admitted attorneys only, up to 6 CLE pro bono credits for providing an inMotion client with direct legal representation (1 skills credit for every 300 minutes, up to a maximum of 6 credits per attorney registration period).