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Divorce Boot Camp

A nuts & bolts, back to basics overview for handling a divorce case from start to finish, including practice tips that distinguish the most effective matrimonial attorneys from the rest of the pack. Many SAMPLE FORMS are included.
Credits: 0 General, 0 Diversity/Inclusion PR, 0 MH/SA PR, 6 Other PR

Expires: April 1, 2022  

 Moderators:  Gloria Block, Hoffenberg and Block LLC, Chicago
Anna Markley Bush, Bush and Heise, Barrington

First Steps – Getting Started – Initial Client Intake Tips
(0.5 Professional Responsibility)
Gain valuable information and tips on how to start your case with a beneficial initial consultation. Learn about red flags to watch for.
Gloria Block, Hoffenberg and Block LLC, Chicago

Next Steps – Petition, Answer and Other Common Pleadings                                   
(1.0 Professional Responsibility)
Expedite your client’s case through the use of effective pleadings. Included in this session are samples for just about everything.
Anna Markley Bush, Bush and Heise, Barrington

Understanding and Utilizing Financial Affidavits
(0.5 Professional Responsibility)
The financial affidavit is the divorce lawyer’s greatest tool.  Learn how to prepare the affidavit with your client and how to avoid pitfalls and sanctionable offenses.  Understand how to effectively disclose and discover income, assets, expenses and debts. 
Candace L. Meyers, Beermann LLP, Chicago

Allocation Judgment/Parenting Time
(0.75 Professional Responsibility)
Learn the nuts and bolts of drafting a comprehensive parenting allocation judgment.  Recognize common drafting pitfalls and how to avoid them. Discuss sample parenting time and holiday schedules. Get pointers on preparing your client for mediation.
Vanessa L. Hammer, Hoffenberg and Block LLC, Chicago

Child Support
(0.5 Professional Responsibility)
Identify best practices in calculating child support under the income shares model. Learn how to successfully argue for and against deviations.
Rebecca E. Cahan, BergerSchatz, Chicago

Demystifying Maintenance in 2020
(0.5 Professional Responsibility)
Understand best practices in calculating maintenance, including how to successfully argue for and against deviations.
Jason N. Sposeep, Schiller, DuCanto & Fleck LLP, Chicago

Discovery Tool Box
(0.75 Professional Responsibility)
Discovery is key to effective representation. Know what document production is required at the initial stages of a case and the evidentiary value of recorded conversations, text messages, Facebook messages, emails and other communications.
Rebecca L. Zeilenga, Law Offices of Rebecca Zeilenga, Rolling Meadows

Post-Decree and Attorneys' Fees
(0.5 Professional Responsibility)
The case is not over once the judgment is entered.  Learn how to close your case, prepare for an appeal, enforce or modify an order post-decree.  Setting and collecting attorneys’ fees will also be discussed.
Susan S. Polachek, Polachek & Polachek, Barrington

Hearing and Trial: How Do I…What Do I…When Do I?
(1.0 Professional Responsibility)
Get practice tips to help you most effectively and efficiently prepare for and conduct hearings and trials.
Ann C. Brady, The Law Office of Ann C. Brady, P.C., Palatine
Miriam Cooper, Law Office of Miriam Cooper & Associates, LLC, Rolling Meadows


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SKU: P2000-20E
$300.00 or 6.00 credits
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SKU: P2000-20A
$300.00
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Expires: April 1, 2022  

 Moderators:  Gloria Block, Hoffenberg and Block LLC, Chicago
Anna Markley Bush, Bush and Heise, Barrington

First Steps – Getting Started – Initial Client Intake Tips
(0.5 Professional Responsibility)
Gain valuable information and tips on how to start your case with a beneficial initial consultation. Learn about red flags to watch for.
Gloria Block, Hoffenberg and Block LLC, Chicago

Next Steps – Petition, Answer and Other Common Pleadings                                   
(1.0 Professional Responsibility)
Expedite your client’s case through the use of effective pleadings. Included in this session are samples for just about everything.
Anna Markley Bush, Bush and Heise, Barrington

Understanding and Utilizing Financial Affidavits
(0.5 Professional Responsibility)
The financial affidavit is the divorce lawyer’s greatest tool.  Learn how to prepare the affidavit with your client and how to avoid pitfalls and sanctionable offenses.  Understand how to effectively disclose and discover income, assets, expenses and debts. 
Candace L. Meyers, Beermann LLP, Chicago

Allocation Judgment/Parenting Time
(0.75 Professional Responsibility)
Learn the nuts and bolts of drafting a comprehensive parenting allocation judgment.  Recognize common drafting pitfalls and how to avoid them. Discuss sample parenting time and holiday schedules. Get pointers on preparing your client for mediation.
Vanessa L. Hammer, Hoffenberg and Block LLC, Chicago

Child Support
(0.5 Professional Responsibility)
Identify best practices in calculating child support under the income shares model. Learn how to successfully argue for and against deviations.
Rebecca E. Cahan, BergerSchatz, Chicago

Demystifying Maintenance in 2020
(0.5 Professional Responsibility)
Understand best practices in calculating maintenance, including how to successfully argue for and against deviations.
Jason N. Sposeep, Schiller, DuCanto & Fleck LLP, Chicago

Discovery Tool Box
(0.75 Professional Responsibility)
Discovery is key to effective representation. Know what document production is required at the initial stages of a case and the evidentiary value of recorded conversations, text messages, Facebook messages, emails and other communications.
Rebecca L. Zeilenga, Law Offices of Rebecca Zeilenga, Rolling Meadows

Post-Decree and Attorneys' Fees
(0.5 Professional Responsibility)
The case is not over once the judgment is entered.  Learn how to close your case, prepare for an appeal, enforce or modify an order post-decree.  Setting and collecting attorneys’ fees will also be discussed.
Susan S. Polachek, Polachek & Polachek, Barrington

Hearing and Trial: How Do I…What Do I…When Do I?
(1.0 Professional Responsibility)
Get practice tips to help you most effectively and efficiently prepare for and conduct hearings and trials.
Ann C. Brady, The Law Office of Ann C. Brady, P.C., Palatine
Miriam Cooper, Law Office of Miriam Cooper & Associates, LLC, Rolling Meadows


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Program Date4/30/2020
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