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Family Law Institute 2022

The 2022 IICLE® Family Law Institute will get you up to date on important issues facing matrimonial attorneys. Gain a better knowledge of cryptocurrencies, and working effectively with GAL's. Better understand Reunification Therapy, and the limited use of 604.10 (b) Evaluators. Learn best practices for cohabitation agreements as well as when and how to use tracing during a dissipation claim. We will end the day with a Judges' Panel specifically dealing with the Financial Affidavit.
Credits: 3.25 General, 0 Diversity/Inclusion PR, 0 MH/SA PR, 2.75 Other PR
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Expires: 3/1/2024

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

Welcoming Announcements

Understanding Cryptocurrencies
The identification and division of cryptocurrency in divorces is becoming more commonplace. Learn what you need to know about them to effectively advise your client.
Russell M. Reid, Hoffenberg & Block, LLC, Chicago

Care and Feeding of GALs
An often-appointed Guardian ad Litem will explain the differences between a Guardian ad Litem, Child Representative and Attorney for the Child and indicate the circumstances when each is most appropriate.  She will also advise what actions are best for clients to take when one of these representatives is appointed and what an attorney can do to help his or her litigant make the most of the appointed representative.
Anna Markley Bush, Bush & Brady, Barrington

Understanding Reunification Therapy
(0.75 Professional Responsibility, pending approval)
Reunification therapy is an often misunderstood and sometimes maligned approach to intervening in a parent-child relationship that has become estranged. Dr. Finn will discuss myths and facts surrounding reunification therapy, the importance of finding good and competent therapists to intervene in these difficult cases, and the parameters for Court Orders to promote success in treatment.
Dr. David Finn, Psy.D., Associates in Human Development Counseling, LLC, Palatine

Limited Use of 604.10 (b) Evaluators
(1.0 Professional Responsibility)
A 604(b) evaluation can be costly and lengthy. Can it be done on a limited basis to keep costs down and still get the informational results the court needs? Further, can a 604(b) be utilized for a limited scope evaluation and assessment and how to get this accomplished.
Gloria E. Block, Hoffenberg & Block, LLC, Chicago

Cohabitation Agreements
How do you come to an agreement when unmarried people wish to define their rights to live, pay for expenses, and own property together? What are the differences between a prenuptial agreement and a cohabitation agreement? Are cohabitation agreements valid in Illinois? Example language will be shared.
Candace L. Meyers, Beermann LLP, Chicago
Andrew D. AronsWilliams, Bax & Saltzman, P.C., Chicago

Tracing and Dissipation - Is the House Really Marital?
One of the most interesting issues we face regularly is whose house is it anyway? Couples often pool money, borrow money, and waste money for that beloved home which finances need to be traced, accounted for, argued, and resolved.
Todd Glassman, Allen & Glassman, Chtd., Chicago

Financial Affidavit Judges' Panel
(1.0 Professional Responsibility)
Panel Discussion Leader: Rebecca L. Zeilenga, Law Offices of Rebecca Zeilenga, Rolling Meadows
Hon. Linda E. Davenport, Circuit Court of DuPage County, Wheaton
Hon. Pamela E. Loza, Circuit Court of Cook County, Chicago
Hon. Maritza Martinez, Circuit Court of Cook County, Chicago

Adjourn

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Expires: 3/1/2024

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

Welcoming Announcements

Understanding Cryptocurrencies
The identification and division of cryptocurrency in divorces is becoming more commonplace. Learn what you need to know about them to effectively advise your client.
Russell M. Reid, Hoffenberg & Block, LLC, Chicago

Care and Feeding of GALs
An often-appointed Guardian ad Litem will explain the differences between a Guardian ad Litem, Child Representative and Attorney for the Child and indicate the circumstances when each is most appropriate.  She will also advise what actions are best for clients to take when one of these representatives is appointed and what an attorney can do to help his or her litigant make the most of the appointed representative.
Anna Markley Bush, Bush & Brady, Barrington

Understanding Reunification Therapy
(0.75 Professional Responsibility, pending approval)
Reunification therapy is an often misunderstood and sometimes maligned approach to intervening in a parent-child relationship that has become estranged. Dr. Finn will discuss myths and facts surrounding reunification therapy, the importance of finding good and competent therapists to intervene in these difficult cases, and the parameters for Court Orders to promote success in treatment.
Dr. David Finn, Psy.D., Associates in Human Development Counseling, LLC, Palatine

Limited Use of 604.10 (b) Evaluators
(1.0 Professional Responsibility)
A 604(b) evaluation can be costly and lengthy. Can it be done on a limited basis to keep costs down and still get the informational results the court needs? Further, can a 604(b) be utilized for a limited scope evaluation and assessment and how to get this accomplished.
Gloria E. Block, Hoffenberg & Block, LLC, Chicago

Cohabitation Agreements
How do you come to an agreement when unmarried people wish to define their rights to live, pay for expenses, and own property together? What are the differences between a prenuptial agreement and a cohabitation agreement? Are cohabitation agreements valid in Illinois? Example language will be shared.
Candace L. Meyers, Beermann LLP, Chicago
Andrew D. AronsWilliams, Bax & Saltzman, P.C., Chicago

Tracing and Dissipation - Is the House Really Marital?
One of the most interesting issues we face regularly is whose house is it anyway? Couples often pool money, borrow money, and waste money for that beloved home which finances need to be traced, accounted for, argued, and resolved.
Todd Glassman, Allen & Glassman, Chtd., Chicago

Financial Affidavit Judges' Panel
(1.0 Professional Responsibility)
Panel Discussion Leader: Rebecca L. Zeilenga, Law Offices of Rebecca Zeilenga, Rolling Meadows
Hon. Linda E. Davenport, Circuit Court of DuPage County, Wheaton
Hon. Pamela E. Loza, Circuit Court of Cook County, Chicago
Hon. Maritza Martinez, Circuit Court of Cook County, Chicago

Adjourn

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