Presenter:
Hon. Mark A. Juhas

25th Annual Spring Seminar Yours Mine and Ours: Complexities in Characterizing Assests and Debts

The Family Residence: Recent Cases and Hot Topics Dawn Gray, CFLS and Katherine Kirkland, CFLS; Issues Affecting the Character of Commercial and Investment Property Dawn Gray, CFLS and Greg Abel, CFLS It’s None of Your Business, Or Is It Robert C. Brandt, CFLS, Judi A. Curtin, CFLS, and Lawrence A. Moskowitz, CFLS Characterization of Retirement Benefits and Deferred Compensation – The Seesaw R. Ann Fallon, CFLS and James T. Crawford, Jr., JD Follow the Facts – Characterizing Investment Accounts, Insurance, Stock, and Employment Compensation/Assets Hon. Sue Alexander, Hon. Mark A. Juhas, and Hon. Michael J. Convey Staking Claims to Intellectual Property in the Golden State Harold Stanton, JD; Kenneth Sidle Debts and Dissolution of Marriage or “Who Gets the Gold Mine and Who Gets the Shaft” D. Thomas Woodruff, CFLS, Hon. James Mize, and Hon. John D. Paulsen Ask the Judges – the Last Word on “Yours, Mine, and Ours: Complexities in Characterizing Assets and Debts” Hon. Thomas Trent Lewis, Hon. Michael J. Naughton (Ret.), Hon. Patti C. Ratekin,

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Balancing Business Interests and Fiduciary Duties

Running a business during a divorce requires care on the part of the managing spouse, and it can involve a risk for the out-spouse that his/her interest may be seriously impaired. This panel will discuss how to balance the managing spouse’s fiduciary duty with the need to run a successful business during a divorce and how to protect the out-spouse from abuses by the managing spouse.

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