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We offer nearly a dozen Family Law titles, distinguished by reliable, authoritative content, clear and thoughtful organization, and renowned authors. Notable titles include Practice Under the Family Code, California Marital Settlement and other Family Law Agreements, California Child Custody Litigation and Practice, and Dividing Pensions and Other Employee Benefits in California Divorces. Full of commentary, practice advice, and sample documents, the OnLAW Family Law Library can help you get started with drafting a marital settlement agreement, navigating the intricacies of the California Family Code, and much more. Family Law developments and topics are covered in our CLE webinars and On Demand programs.

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2017 Top 20: Family Law

Commissioner Gale Hickman (Ret.) and CFLS Marc Tovstein provide a focused analysis of the cases and legislative changes that will have the biggest impact on your practice.

 

1.5 Hours MCLE Credit

Specialization: Family Law

 

Anticipating Appeals in Family Law Cases

Although attorneys don’t usually think about the possibility of an appeal until trial, many important family law decisions have been the result of appeals and writs taken on short cause matters. This program will help you prepare your family law case for the possibility of appeal throughout its pendency.

 

1 Hour MCLE Credit

Specialization: Family Law

Basics Conference 2018: Family Law

This program jump starts your practice with substantive law, procedure, practical advice, and insider tips from family law practitioners and specialists with many years of experience. You will learn the essentials of practicing in this area, from client intake to handling your first family law trial.

 

12 Hours MCLE Credit, including .5 Hours in Legal Ethics

Specialization: Family Law

 

 

Checking the QDRO off of Your "To Do" List

In this presentation, you will understand how to better handle retirement benefit division in your cases from discovery to judgment, increasing competence in dividing retirement benefits in divorce. Ms. Nixon will discuss: The basics of how to divide pension benefits; QDRO vs. DRO; Case management; General requests for all plans; Joinder pleadings; Best practices, Drafting tips.

 

1 Hour MCLE Credit

 

Deviating from Guideline Child Support

This program covers the factors a court can consider in making a non-guideline child support order, the consequences of a non-guideline order, and a review of cases where the court was asked to deviate from guideline.

 

1 Hour MCLE Credit

Specialization: Family Law

 

 

Division for Military and Federal Employees Retirement Plans

Louise Nixon, retirement benefit division expert, discusses military and other federal retirement plans, how they are divided, and how to identify issues surrounding their division.

 

1 Hour MCLE Credit

 

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