Family Law – Division of Property and Spousal Support

This course concentrates on practice and procedure in the area of alimony and property division.

Course Category: Self-Study Courses

Course Level:Advanced

CLE Credit: Substantive

CLE Hours: 20.0
CLE Credit: Substantive
Course Level: Advanced
Fees: $250 – Members, $300 – Nonmembers
Course Materials: Self-study courses typically come with a PDF of the complete textbook, a PDF of the textbook by chapter and a glossary of terms. Once you’ve finished studying, you’ll take the corresponding exams to earn CLE. 
Description: This course concentrates on practice and procedure in the area of alimony and property division. Chapters in the course cover the general topics of the legal framework through which alimony and property division obligations are imposed and enforced; property and support during marriage; identification of property for purposes of drafting agreements and litigation resolution; premarital and marital agreements; basic principles and particular issues in property distribution; alimony awards and agreements; discovery issues and alimony and property distribution; income tax consequences to awards; and modification and enforcement of alimony and property division agreements and orders. 
Course Year: 2018

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