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Family Law Institute 2021

The 2021 IICLE® Family Law Institute provides an update on important issues and topics prevalent for family law attorneys. Update your knowledge of how social media evidence is used; increase your understanding of how to communicate with and aid clients with children of varying needs; hear an analysis of recent case law; work through the impact of COVID-19 on financials; and so much more.
Credits: 4.5 General, 0 Diversity/Inclusion PR, 1 MH/SA PR, 1 Other PR

Expires: April 1,2023 

Program Moderators:  Anna Markley Bush, Bush & Heise, Barrington
Gloria E. Block, Hoffenberg & Block, Chicago 

Contribution & Reimbursement   
The division of assets under Section 503 is never simple. When non-marital assets mix and mingle with marital assets, and marital assets mix and mingle with non-marital assetsthe clients hire us to untangle. This presentation will examine such topics as: gifts to the marriage; the conduit theory; personal effort theory; commingling; transmutation; circumstances for reimbursement; and contribution considerations.  
Candace MeyersBeermann LLP, Chicago 

The Importance of a Mental Health Provider Resource
(1.0 Mental Health and Substance Abuse PR Credit) 
Begin with the unique stressors of long hours, soaring law school debt, a highly competitive job market, client demands and expectations, lack of work-life balance, changing legal paradigms, and the “modern law firm” technology learning curve. Add to that list the most recent changes and adaptations associated with COVID-19 where small and large firms have had to address the evolving needs of both hard and the soft skills of legal professionals. Lawyers and law firms poised for keeping a competitive edge recognize the value in and necessity of incorporating a mental health professional to meet the needs of the individual attorney, the group practice, and the client toward optimal career satisfaction, productivity, and profitability. This session will help you incorporate this professional resource... because it is no longer an option not to.  
Pamela RakPamela Rak, LCSW, PC, Hoffman Estates

Case Law Update   
Delve into the most significant family law cases decided in 2020. Topics include child support; maintenance; allocation of the marital estate; attorney’s fees and costs; civil procedure issues, including venue and judgments; Orders of Protection; and more.  
Gabriela AsrowHoffenberg & Block, Chicago

Normalizing Financials Following COVID-19 
Discover the potential impacts of COVID-19 on business’ financial statements. Some of the adjustments covered include accounting for the Payroll Protection Program; Economic Injury Disaster Loans/Advances; and the Families First Coronavirus Response Act.  
Joseph Modica CPA, CVA, MAFF, Joseph Modica & Associates Ltd, Mundelein

Social Media Update   
Just when you learned what Snapchat was, you started to hear crazy phrases like TikTok, Twitter Spaces, and Caffeine. We will review social media platforms, new and old, and how to get content from these sites into evidence. We will also explore the relevancy of posts (whether posted by the parties, the parties' children, or third parties) in dissolution matters.  
Rebecca ZeilengaLaw Offices of Rebecca L. Zeilenga, Co., Rolling Meadows

Parental Responsibility Allocation & LGTBQIA Children: Case Law & Analysis  
(1.0 Professional Responsibility Credit)
Being a “supportive” parent is merely a factor and is not determinative, in and of itself, of decision-making allocation when the gender or sexual identity of a child is an issue in the case. Keep sight of the big picture in parental responsibility disputes when a child is LGBTQIA+. 
Russell Reid, Hoffenberg & Block, Chicago 

Deviation from Guidelines: Is It Possible to Deviate from Support Guidelines?
Learn when and how to ask for a deviation from guideline child support and maintenanceGet tips and suggestions, as well as available case law, to help you successfully deviate either upwards or downwards.  
Hon. Pamela E. LozaCircuit Court of Cook County, Chicago      

Adjourn 

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Expires: April 1,2023 

Program Moderators:  Anna Markley Bush, Bush & Heise, Barrington
Gloria E. Block, Hoffenberg & Block, Chicago 

Contribution & Reimbursement   
The division of assets under Section 503 is never simple. When non-marital assets mix and mingle with marital assets, and marital assets mix and mingle with non-marital assetsthe clients hire us to untangle. This presentation will examine such topics as: gifts to the marriage; the conduit theory; personal effort theory; commingling; transmutation; circumstances for reimbursement; and contribution considerations.  
Candace MeyersBeermann LLP, Chicago 

The Importance of a Mental Health Provider Resource
(1.0 Mental Health and Substance Abuse PR Credit) 
Begin with the unique stressors of long hours, soaring law school debt, a highly competitive job market, client demands and expectations, lack of work-life balance, changing legal paradigms, and the “modern law firm” technology learning curve. Add to that list the most recent changes and adaptations associated with COVID-19 where small and large firms have had to address the evolving needs of both hard and the soft skills of legal professionals. Lawyers and law firms poised for keeping a competitive edge recognize the value in and necessity of incorporating a mental health professional to meet the needs of the individual attorney, the group practice, and the client toward optimal career satisfaction, productivity, and profitability. This session will help you incorporate this professional resource... because it is no longer an option not to.  
Pamela RakPamela Rak, LCSW, PC, Hoffman Estates

Case Law Update   
Delve into the most significant family law cases decided in 2020. Topics include child support; maintenance; allocation of the marital estate; attorney’s fees and costs; civil procedure issues, including venue and judgments; Orders of Protection; and more.  
Gabriela AsrowHoffenberg & Block, Chicago

Normalizing Financials Following COVID-19 
Discover the potential impacts of COVID-19 on business’ financial statements. Some of the adjustments covered include accounting for the Payroll Protection Program; Economic Injury Disaster Loans/Advances; and the Families First Coronavirus Response Act.  
Joseph Modica CPA, CVA, MAFF, Joseph Modica & Associates Ltd, Mundelein

Social Media Update   
Just when you learned what Snapchat was, you started to hear crazy phrases like TikTok, Twitter Spaces, and Caffeine. We will review social media platforms, new and old, and how to get content from these sites into evidence. We will also explore the relevancy of posts (whether posted by the parties, the parties' children, or third parties) in dissolution matters.  
Rebecca ZeilengaLaw Offices of Rebecca L. Zeilenga, Co., Rolling Meadows

Parental Responsibility Allocation & LGTBQIA Children: Case Law & Analysis  
(1.0 Professional Responsibility Credit)
Being a “supportive” parent is merely a factor and is not determinative, in and of itself, of decision-making allocation when the gender or sexual identity of a child is an issue in the case. Keep sight of the big picture in parental responsibility disputes when a child is LGBTQIA+. 
Russell Reid, Hoffenberg & Block, Chicago 

Deviation from Guidelines: Is It Possible to Deviate from Support Guidelines?
Learn when and how to ask for a deviation from guideline child support and maintenanceGet tips and suggestions, as well as available case law, to help you successfully deviate either upwards or downwards.  
Hon. Pamela E. LozaCircuit Court of Cook County, Chicago      

Adjourn 

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Program Date4/7/2021
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