With the crypto crash and billions lost in 2022 due to hacks, many digital asset investors have suffered enormous losses. In this presentation, family law attorney Tanya Witt presents the legal considerations for bringing or defending a dissipation claim in a dissolution of marriage case that arises from digital asset losses.
Formerly known as the Columbus Day Seminar and presented annually by the Illinois Chapter of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, this seminar featuring esteemed family law practitioners continues to address the latest critical changes to Illinois family law. Join the hundreds of Illinois attorneys who depend on this annual event for crucial legislative, case law, and practice updates informed by real-world practice experience.
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When older couples divorce, unique issues arrive. This program offers insights into those issues and how to advise your older or empty nest clients on common concerns in the context of divorce, such as double dipping and whether pension benefits in long term marriages are cash flow or an asset (or both).
Cryptocurrency made its debut on the NYSE in October 2021. Learn more about cryptocurrency, related documents family law attorneys should be requesting in discovery, and the questions family law attorneys should be asking in divorce cases.
Divorce involving the parents of a child with special needs is far more complicated than the divorce of parents of children without special needs. In this session, you will learn how to protect government benefits and how to obtain adult child support, among other important factors.
Address selecting the case that is ripe for settlement, determining the correct timing for settlement discussions, and preparing the case, your client, and yourself for a successful mediation. Also cover best lawyer practices when participating in a mediation.