When Worlds Collide: How to Identify and Address Bankruptcy Issues in your Family Law Cases
Continuing Legal Education
September 10, 2014 Wednesday 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Issues of family law and bankruptcy often intersect and have a tremendous impact on how you advise your clients. Even if your clients have not specifically contemplated a possible bankruptcy before consulting with you, many times they must deal with debt or other financial obligations that can complicate a potential resolution of the case, as well as their financial future. In order to address your client's questions and understand how a bankruptcy impacts a divorce or other family law matters, a general understanding of bankruptcy is necessary.
This presentation will provide you with some basic information about the bankruptcy process and how it intersects with your family law case, as well as review various scenarios that the practitioner needs to be prepared to address.
Please note: lunch is not included with this seminar. Brown bag lunches are welcome. Carryout is also available from the Labor District Cafe on the second floor of our building. Online ordering is available here.
If you attended Tips to Avoid or Prevent Bankruptcy Issues in Family Law Cases (SSF764) on July 16, you will not be able to receive CLE credit for this seminar.
- Event Code
- IndyBar Education Center, 135 N Pennsylvania St, Suite 15000
- Credit Hours
- 1.00 (General)
- Family Law Section
- Mr. Eric N. Engebretson, Whitham Hebenstreit & Zubek LLP
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