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Maintenance Termination and Conjugal Cohabitation: An Update of Statutory and Case Law-Proving It Ethically

Learn what constitutes “resident, continuing, conjugal” cohabitation so you can guide your client, whether you represent the payor or the recipient of maintenance. Originally recorded as part of Child Support and Maintenance: 7th Biannual Master Teacher Seminar, available in its entirety as P1912-19U.
Credits: 0 General, 0 Diversity/Inclusion PR, 0 MH/SA PR, 0.5 Other PR
SKU: P1912-19E-12
$30.00 or 0.50 credits
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Expires: September 1, 2021

Maintenance Termination and Conjugal Cohabitation: An Update of Statutory and Case Law--Proving It Ethically    
(0.5 Professional Responsibility)
The divorce is done, and now one party wants to terminate maintenance based on cohabitation. It is rare to have a “smoking gun”—clear evidence of cohabitation by the maintenance recipient.  Usually, a case will be made or lost based on a totality of the circumstances. Learn what constitutes “resident, continuing, conjugal” cohabitation so you can guide your client, whether you represent the payor or the recipient of maintenance.
Stephanie Kasten, Gitlin Law Firm, Woodstock

Expires: September 1, 2021

Maintenance Termination and Conjugal Cohabitation: An Update of Statutory and Case Law--Proving It Ethically    
(0.5 Professional Responsibility)
The divorce is done, and now one party wants to terminate maintenance based on cohabitation. It is rare to have a “smoking gun”—clear evidence of cohabitation by the maintenance recipient.  Usually, a case will be made or lost based on a totality of the circumstances. Learn what constitutes “resident, continuing, conjugal” cohabitation so you can guide your client, whether you represent the payor or the recipient of maintenance.
Stephanie Kasten, Gitlin Law Firm, Woodstock

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Program Date9/5/2019
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Program Date9/5/2019
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