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The New 50% Soft-Cap re Support and Maintenance: How to Argue for or Against It

Get an overview of the language and application of Section 504(b-1), its interplay with Section 505 and a view from the bench on the Court’s discretion in light of Section 504 (b-1). Originally recorded as part of Child Support and Maintenance: 7th Biannual Master Teacher Seminar, available in its entirety as P1912-19U.
Credits: 0.5 General, 0 Diversity/Inclusion PR, 0 MH/SA PR, 0 Other PR
SKU: P1912-19E-06
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Expires: September 1, 2021

The New 50% Soft-Cap re Support and Maintenance: How to Argue for or Against It
Get an overview of the language and application of Section 504(b-1), its interplay with Section 505 and a view from the bench on the Court’s discretion in light of Section 504 (b-1).
Hon. Abbey Fishman Romanek, Circuit Court of Cook County, Chicago
Jordan Rosenberg, Beermann LLP, Bannockburn & Chicago

Expires: September 1, 2021

The New 50% Soft-Cap re Support and Maintenance: How to Argue for or Against It
Get an overview of the language and application of Section 504(b-1), its interplay with Section 505 and a view from the bench on the Court’s discretion in light of Section 504 (b-1).
Hon. Abbey Fishman Romanek, Circuit Court of Cook County, Chicago
Jordan Rosenberg, Beermann LLP, Bannockburn & Chicago

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