Fundamentals of Transmutations – Dawn Gray, CFLS; Stephen J. Wagner, CFLS Title Presumptions and Burdens of Proof – Stephen Temko, CFLS, CALS ’Til Death or Divorce Do Us Part: Probate and Family Law Crossover Issues – Hon. Mitchell Beckloff; Diana E. Richmond, CFLS; Avery Cooper, CFLS Title, Transfers and Transmutation Trial Practicum – Peter M. Walzer, CFLS; Christopher Melcher, CFLS Settlement Practicum: Outside the Box Settlement Tools – Eileen Preville, CFLS Ask the Judges: “The Last Word” – Hon. Thomas Trent Lewis; Hon. Michael Naughton; Hon. Maren Nelson
Prepare for the appeal when you prepare your case for trial. Our presenters overlay the procedural timelines with the various forms of relief available as your case progresses from stipulations before trial through prejudgment motions, motions during trial, motions after judgment is entered, and available relief until filing of the Notice of Appeal. Our panel are experts in this process. Steve Temko is dual certified in Family Law and Appeals. There are more than 19 Motions and Requests fully presented in the materials with this program — a Handbook of 37 possible motions in 100 pages by Steve Temko and also the slides of the presentation also found in the video. You will not find this concise wealth of information on alternatives to an Appeal in any other place.
Judicial Responder Panel: Hon Diana Gould Saltman; Hon Thomas Trent Lewis; Hon Robert Schnider, Ret; Hon Marjorie Slabach, Ret
Why I love Fiduciary Duties and Why should love them, too presented by Dawn Gray, CFLS
Managing your own client’s compliance with fudiciary obligations presented by Stephen Wagner CFLS and Edward Thomas CFLS
Here, There, But not everywhere; Unique problems involving fiduciary duties presented by Stephen Temko CALS CFLS and Sandra Joan Morris CFLS
How do you induce the opposing party to comply? presented by Sharon Kalemkiarian CFLS and Sharon Blanchet CFLS
Balancing business interests and fiduciary duties presented by Peter Walzer CFLS and Hon Mark Juhas
Litigating a fiduciary duty claim presented by Stephen Wagner CFLS and Robert Blevans CFLS
AS the Judges – The last word on “The Intricacies of Fiduciary Duties” presented by Hon Dianna Gould Saltman; Hon Thomas Trent Lewis; Hon Robert A Schnider, Ret; Hon Marjorie A Slabach, Ret
Garrett C. Dailey, CFLS
Faculty (Bench): Faculty (Bar):
Justice Dennis Cornell Robert Brandt, CFLS
Hon. John Chemelski, Ret. Ronald Granberg, CFLS
Hon. Dianna Gould-Saltman Babarba Hammers, CFLS
Hon. Erick Larsh John Hodson, CFLS
Hon. Mark S. Millard Sherry Peterson, CFLS
Hon. Thomas Trent Lewis Leslie Ellen Shear, CALS, CFLS
Hon. Marge A. Slabach, Ret. Stephen Temko, CALS, CFLS
Hon. Alice Vilandi Elaine Tumonis, Esq.
Among other unique issues, the panelists will offer tips for applying fiduciary duties in mediation, collaborative law, post-judgment and other situations. Can fiduciary duties be built into mediation or the collaborative process to survive either process and not be shielded by mediation confidentiality? How can fiduciary duties be waived? Can parties contractually extend fiduciary and disclosure duties beyond the division of community property? This panel will explore these and other issues.
Review of the procedural methods to seek damages and sanctions including the use of alternate valuation, remedies for violation of fiduciary duties, misappropriation, omitted assets, breach of warranty, 271 conduct, Rules of Court and defenses to each. Stephen Temko has over 37 years in family law and appeals and will review all the potential remedies for those special spouses who have earned harsh treatment from the family court.