Family Law Docket
Former Section Council Member, Susan Wolfson, died on Tuesday, June 14. In addition to being a member of Council, Susan served the Section as Co-Chair of both the Alimony and Congressional Relations Committees, and as Liaison to the Commission on Women and to the Standing Committee on Professionalism.
Donations in her memory can be made to:
The Greater New Haven Legal Assistance Association, 426 State Street, New Haven CT 06510.
Section members attending the 2005 Annual Meeting in Chicago will elect officers and new Council members. Find out more.
Don’t Miss a Single Benefit: Renew Your Membership Now!
The Section of Family Law is committed to bringing you resources and benefits that enhance your practice. To make sure you don’t miss a single benefit in the coming year, renew your ABA and Section of Family Law dues today. Find out more.
Check out this new feature!
Section Staff has created this new feature to allow committee leadership to update Section members on committee activities. This month’s committee is Bankruptcy. Read the report.
Submit your CLE Proposal
The Section of Family Law is currently seeking CLE program proposals for it Spring 2006 CLE Conference scheduled May 3-6 in Washington, DC. Learn More.
The Section of Family Law Wants You!
If you have ever served or are currently serving in the military we would like to know about it. Find out more.
Best of the Listserv
We have picked one topic of discussion from the ESQ listserv for June’s best of the listserv.
Take advantage of special members only prices, and order your copy today. Call the ABA Service Center at 800-285-2221 or order online at www.ababooks.org.
The Lawyer’s Business Valuation Handbook
This authoritative reference covers all types of business valuation issues and related subjects such as tax, corporate-shareholder matters, marital dissolution, bankruptcy, ESOP and others.
Section Member price: $114.95
Product Code: 5130106
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Premarital Planning Without a Premarital Agreement
by Mario Mata
The use of wealth preservation planning to legally maximize the protection of a client’s personal wealth has gained new recognition and acceptance in today’s litigious society. The same strategies that can be used to protect wealth from creditor claims can often be used to protect premarital wealth.
Read this month’s featured article, which was presented as one of many CLE sessions at this month’s Spring meeting in Austin.
The Bankruptcy Reform Act of 2005: Its Effect on the Practice of Family Law and the Family Law Attorney
Tuesday, July 12, 2005
12:00noon-1:30 pm EDT
Join the Honorable Margaret Dee McGarity and Attorney Shayna M. Steinfeld as they discuss The Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005.
Find out more and register online .
Annual Meeting 2005 in Chicago
If you haven’t registered for Annual Meeting you may do so by logging on to the Annual Meeting web site at www.abanet.org/annual/2005 Pre-registration closes on July 7th so don’t delay! You don’t want to miss these excellent Family Law CLE Opportunities.
View the entire Section of Family Law brochure
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Already registered but want to know how to add events to your registration?
Reserve your tickets for Section events:
The Annual Reception that will be held at Schiller, DuCanto and Fleck Law Firm, and the Annual Luncheon both are fun and exciting opportunities to network with old friends and meet colleagues from across the country.
If you have any questions about the Annual Meeting contact Sena Leach of the Section Staff at firstname.lastname@example.org
A Look Ahead
Mark your calendar for the 2005 Fall CLE Conference, September 28-October 1, 2005 at the Westin Horton Plaza in San Diego, California. Learn More.
The Section of Family Law has a full year of great CLE opportunities planned in cities around the country! Don’t miss out on a single one, mark your calendar now for these events.