“Collection and enforcement of judgments: The good, the bad and the ugly”

This panel will discuss the common methods of enforcement of orders, such as bank levies, stock brokerage levies and wage garnishment. We will also address some more sophisticated methods such as assignment orders, charging orders and receiverships. The presentation will aim to educate family law practitioners about the different post- judgment remedies available as well as the benefits and problems associated with these remedies.Ira is a Certified Family Law Specialist with over 45 years experience in this area. David is also a Certified Family Law Specialist with over 20 years experience in this area. Ira and David have done hundreds of bank levies and wage garnishments and also been successful in more novel methods of enforcement of judgments/orders.


Justice for Bad Actors: Sanctions, Remedies and Defenses

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.


Prosecuting and Defending Contempt: The Litigators’ Viewpoints

This is a experienced level, hands-on program that delves into strategies and tactics designed to successfully bring and defend contempt proceedings. The decision to file contempt should be made after an analysis of whether you can prove your case. Opposing counsel must weigh similar considerations considering the potential consequences to your client. This presentation by two experienced family law litigators zeros in on these factors. If faced with a contempt issue, also consider the best selling ACFLS DVD “Contempt of Court – What is It and How to Use It” by Tracy Duell-Cazes, CFLS – DVD Library Program