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Marital and Family CLE: Family Law Agreements: Drafting, Enforcing and Modifying
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10/6/2016
When: 10/06/2016
1 - 3 PM
Where: Chester H. Ferguson Law Center
1610 N Tampa St.
Tampa, Florida  33602
United States


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2.0 CLE Credits 

Topics:

Alimony Issues: Nancy Harris, Esq.

• Drafting & Enforcement Issues re: Alimony Recapture pitfalls, Social Security and Carryback/Carryforward Losses issues, and Life Insurance provisions (to ensure support)
• Modification of Alimony Agreements – relying on the “Bedell” Exception
• Addressing “Supportive Relationships” and its future impact on alimony in your Agreements

Addressing Real Estate Matters and Corporate Players: Martin Deptula, Esq.

• Homestead Exemptions and Other Real Estate Issues (tenancy after divorce, tax basis of underlying real property etc)
• Addressing the Existence of Corporate Players in your MSA
• Enforceability of Oral Agreements

Speakers:

Martin Deptula, Esq. focuses his considerable negotiation and litigation experience on protecting clients through their most difficult personal and financial challenge: their divorce. He developed his skills at Boies, Schiller & Flexner LLP in New York, one of the most prestigious litigation firms in the U.S., where he represented clients in complex commercial matters and acquired significant litigation and appellate experience. In 2008, Mr. Deptula and his family relocated to Tampa, Florida, where he continued to gain experience in complex commercial litigation matters and he was most recently employed by the St. Petersburg law firm of Abbey, Adams, Byelick & Mueller,

Nancy Harris, Esq. For more than 20 years, Ms. Harris has practiced exclusively in the area of marital and Florida family law. Most of her cases involve complex financial issues handled through either a traditional divorce process or the innovative collaborative divorce approach for clients committed to a private, amicable resolution.


 

 

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