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College Expenses and Divorce and COVID: Questions, Complications and Answers

Drafting college expense provisions without future pitfalls is crucial. Learn about the provisions of Section 513 and how the law is really implemented. You’ll have the opportunity to get your questions answered by family law practitioners and judges!
Credits: 3 General, 0 Diversity/Inclusion PR, 0 MH/SA PR, 0 Other PR
College Expenses and Divorce and COVID: Questions, Complications and Answers
Live Webcast
Wednesday, September 30, 2020
1:00 - 4:15 PM, CST


Figuring out which divorcing parent will be responsible for college-related expenses and for how much is tricky. Drafting college expense provisions without future pitfalls is crucial. Learn about the provisions of Section 513 and how the law is really implemented.  Get tips for affording college without breaking the law by using trusts, guardianships, 529 plans and more.  Understand who should complete the FAFSA and what information should be provided.  Learn about FERPA and how to get the information you need.  Understand the impact that COVID is having on college plans and funding. You’ll have the opportunity to get your questions answered by family law practitioners and judges!

Program Moderator: Nancy Chausow Shafer, Chausow Shafer, P.C., Highland Park
Panelists:
Hon. Victoria M. Kennison, Will County Circuit Court, Joliet
Hon. Maureen D. Schuette, Madison County Circuit Court, Edwardsville
Taryn Fisher, Chausow Shafer, P.C., Highland Park
Adam C. Kibort, Grund & Leavitt, P.C., Chicago
Stephanie L. Tang, Kogut & Wilson, L.L.C., Chicago 
Ebony B. Thompson, Women’s Divorce and Family Law Group, Chicago
Tamika R. Walker, DeRango & Cain, LLC, Rockford

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SKU: P2016-20Z
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College Expenses and Divorce and COVID: Questions, Complications and Answers
Live Webcast
Wednesday, September 30, 2020
1:00 - 4:15 PM, CST


Figuring out which divorcing parent will be responsible for college-related expenses and for how much is tricky. Drafting college expense provisions without future pitfalls is crucial. Learn about the provisions of Section 513 and how the law is really implemented.  Get tips for affording college without breaking the law by using trusts, guardianships, 529 plans and more.  Understand who should complete the FAFSA and what information should be provided.  Learn about FERPA and how to get the information you need.  Understand the impact that COVID is having on college plans and funding. You’ll have the opportunity to get your questions answered by family law practitioners and judges!

Program Moderator: Nancy Chausow Shafer, Chausow Shafer, P.C., Highland Park
Panelists:
Hon. Victoria M. Kennison, Will County Circuit Court, Joliet
Hon. Maureen D. Schuette, Madison County Circuit Court, Edwardsville
Taryn Fisher, Chausow Shafer, P.C., Highland Park
Adam C. Kibort, Grund & Leavitt, P.C., Chicago
Stephanie L. Tang, Kogut & Wilson, L.L.C., Chicago 
Ebony B. Thompson, Women’s Divorce and Family Law Group, Chicago
Tamika R. Walker, DeRango & Cain, LLC, Rockford

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