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The Fundamentals of Temporary Spousal Support

This 1-1/2 hour class provides an overview of the law on temporary spousal support. Topics include the purpose of temporary spousal support, the factors the court will use in determining requests for temporary spousal support orders, and imputation of income for temporary spousal support purposes. The course covers the interaction between temporary spousal support and payment of community debts after separation and before trial, as well as issues of Epstein credits, Watts charges and their interaction with temporary spousal support orders. It also deals with the impact of domestic violence issues and statutes on temporary support orders. This class is approved for 1-1/2 hours of family law legal specialization credit by the California State Bar Board of Legal Specialization, and for 1-1/2 hours of general MCLE credit.For more details, review the course materials Table of Contents.

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The video will be visible for 7 days after payment, so please be sure before you purchase it that you can watch the video within 7 days. Also, note that the video will only be viewable on the computer on which you purchase it.

Disclaimer: These programs are designed to provide continuing education to attorneys on the subject matter covered. They are offered with the understanding that the information does not constitute legal advice or other professional services. These courses are not a substitute for a lawyer’s original legal research, analysis, and drafting. If you need legal advice or other expert assistance, please seek the services of an attorney. Every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of the programs’ content, but the law sometimes changes more rapidly than courses can be updated. Dawn Gray is not responsible for the consequences of the application of any information provided in any continuing education program.

The Fundamentals of Interspousal Fiduciary Duties

This one-hour class provides an overview of the Family Code interspousal fiduciary duties, both those imposed on spouses during marriage and the additional duties imposed after separation. Topics include the extent of the interspousal fiduciary duties, whether they are voluntary or upon request, post-separation disclosure declaration requirements, remedies for breach of fiduciary duties and set-aside of interspousal transactions for breaches of fiduciary duty. This class is approved for one hour of family law legal specialization credit by the California State Bar Board of Legal Specialization, and for one hour of general MCLE credit. For more details, review the course materials Table of Contents.

The Fundamentals of Interspousal Fiduciary Duties Course Materials Table of Contents

The video will be visible for 7 days after payment, so please be sure before you purchase it that you can watch the video within 7 days.  Also, note that the video will only be viewable on the computer on which you purchase it.

Disclaimer: These programs are designed to provide continuing education to attorneys on the subject matter covered. They are offered with the understanding that the information does not constitute legal advice or other professional services. These courses are not a substitute for a lawyer’s original legal research, analysis, and drafting. If you need legal advice or other expert assistance, please seek the services of an attorney. Every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of the programs’ content, but the law sometimes changes more rapidly than courses can be updated. Dawn Gray is not responsible for the consequences of the application of any information provided in any continuing education program.

The Fundamentals of Family Law Tracing

This one-hour class provides an overview of family law tracing requirements. Topics include what “tracing” means in family law cases, the elements of a proper family law tracing and which party bears the burden of proof. It also deals with both direct tracing and family expense tracing, focuses on the requirements for tracing funds through a commingled deposit account and distinguishes those requirements from the tracing required to obtaining reimbursement under Family Code §2640. This class is approved for one hour of family law legal specialization credit by the California State Bar Board of Legal Specialization, and for one hour of general MCLE credit. For more details, review the course materials Table of  Contents.

The Fundamentals of Tracing Course Materials Table of Contents

The video will be visible for 7 days after payment, so please be sure before you purchase it that you can watch the video within 7 days. Also, note that the video will only be viewable on the computer on which you purchase it.

Disclaimer: These programs are designed to provide continuing education to attorneys on the subject matter covered. They are offered with the understanding that the information does not constitute legal advice or other professional services. These courses are not a substitute for a lawyer’s original legal research, analysis, and drafting. If you need legal advice or other expert assistance, please seek the services of an attorney. Every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of the programs’ content, but the law sometimes changes more rapidly than courses can be updated. Dawn Gray is not responsible for the consequences of the application of any information provided in any continuing education program.

The Fundamentals of Family Code Disclosure Duties

This one-hour class provides an overview of the Family Code disclosure duties, both those imposed on spouses during marriage and the additional duties imposed after separation. Topics include the extent of those duties and whether they are voluntary or upon request, post-separation disclosure declaration requirements, remedies for breach, sanctions and set-aside for nondisclosure. This class is approved for one hour of family law legal specialization credit by the California State Bar Board of Legal Specialization, and for one hour of general MCLE credit. For more details, review the course materials Table of  Contents.

The Fundamentals of Family Code Disclosure Duties Course Materials Table of Contents

The video will be visible for 7 days after payment, so please be sure before you purchase it that you can watch the video within 7 days. Also, note that the video will only be viewable on the computer on which you purchase it.

Disclaimer: These programs are designed to provide continuing education to attorneys on the subject matter covered. They are offered with the understanding that the information does not constitute legal advice or other professional services. These courses are not a substitute for a lawyer’s original legal research, analysis, and drafting. If you need legal advice or other expert assistance, please seek the services of an attorney. Every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of the programs’ content, but the law sometimes changes more rapidly than courses can be updated. Dawn Gray is not responsible for the consequences of the application of any information provided in any continuing education program.

The Fundamentals of Family Law Credits and Reimbursements

This one-hour class presents a four-step process to analyze family law credit and reimbursement issues. Topics include reimbursements under Family Code §2640, Epstein credits, Moore/Marsden equitable apportionment, reimbursement to the community for payment of separate property carrying costs, the See v. See gift presumption, the difference between pre- and post-separation payments for the same debts, and how the Family Code liability statutes affect credits and reimbursement. The presentation contrasts use charges and carrying costs and discusses the factors that courts use to determine whether or not to impose use charges. This class is approved for one hour of family law legal specialization credit by the California State Bar Board of Legal Specialization, and for one hour of general MCLE credit. For more details, review the course materials Table of  Contents.

The Fundamentals of Credits and Reimbursements Course Materials Table of Contents

The video will be visible for 7 days after payment, so please be sure before you purchase it that you can watch the video within 7 days. Also, note that the video will only be viewable on the computer on which you purchase it.

Disclaimer: These programs are designed to provide continuing education to attorneys on the subject matter covered. They are offered with the understanding that the information does not constitute legal advice or other professional services. These courses are not a substitute for a lawyer’s original legal research, analysis, and drafting. If you need legal advice or other expert assistance, please seek the services of an attorney. Every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of the programs’ content, but the law sometimes changes more rapidly than courses can be updated. Dawn Gray is not responsible for the consequences of the application of any information provided in any continuing education program.

The Fundamentals of Moore-Marsden Apportionment

This 1-1/2 hour class explains the basis for equitable apportionment of separate property based on contributions of community funds and discusses the foundation cases of Marriage of Jafeman, Marriage of Aufmuth, Marriage of Moore and Marriage of Marsden. Topics include the elements of the Moore/Marsden formula and its application, cases that have applied the formula and whether or not apportionment is available for contributions of funds toward improvements to separate property. This class is approved for 1.5 hours of family law legal specialization credit by the California State Bar Board of Legal Specialization, and for 1.5 hours of general MCLE credit. For more details, review the course materials Table of  Contents.

The Fundamentals of Moore-Marsden Apportionment Course Materials Table of Contents

The video will be visible for 7 days after payment, so please be sure before you purchase it that you can watch the video within 7 days. Also, note that the video will only be viewable on the computer on which you purchase it.

Disclaimer: These programs are designed to provide continuing education to attorneys on the subject matter covered. They are offered with the understanding that the information does not constitute legal advice or other professional services. These courses are not a substitute for a lawyer’s original legal research, analysis, and drafting. If you need legal advice or other expert assistance, please seek the services of an attorney. Every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of the programs’ content, but the law sometimes changes more rapidly than courses can be updated. Dawn Gray is not responsible for the consequences of the application of any information provided in any continuing education program.

The Fundamentals of Pereira/Van Camp Apportionment

This one-hour class provides an overview of equitable apportionment and when apportionment issues arise in family law cases. Topics include the basis for equitable apportionment, the requirements for apportionment, the two apportionment methods under Pereira v. Pereira and Van Camp v. Van Camp, cases in which courts have applied one or the other of these methods and why each was appropriate under the particular facts of each case. The course covers how family expense tracing impacts a Pereira/Van Camp apportionment analysis, and reverse apportionment after separation. This class is approved for one hour of family law legal specialization credit by the California State Bar Board of Legal Specialization, and for one hour of general MCLE credit. For more details, review the course materials Table of  Contents.

The Fundamentals of Pereira-VanCamp Apportionment Course Materials Table of Contents

The video will be visible for 7 days after payment, so please be sure before you purchase it that you can watch the video within 7 days. Also, note that the video will only be viewable on the computer on which you purchase it.

Disclaimer: These programs are designed to provide continuing education to attorneys on the subject matter covered. They are offered with the understanding that the information does not constitute legal advice or other professional services. These courses are not a substitute for a lawyer’s original legal research, analysis, and drafting. If you need legal advice or other expert assistance, please seek the services of an attorney. Every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of the programs’ content, but the law sometimes changes more rapidly than courses can be updated. Dawn Gray is not responsible for the consequences of the application of any information provided in any continuing education program.

The Fundamentals of Transmutations

This one-hour class provides an overview of family law transmutations, when transmutation issues arise in family law cases and how to properly analyze them. Topics include the requirements for valid transmutations, the major transmutation cases over the past 20 years, defending against transmutation claims and how Family Code §2640 reimbursement rights affect transmutations. This class is approved for one hour of family law legal specialization credit by the California State Bar Board of Legal Specialization, and for one hour of general MCLE credit. For more details, review the course material Table of  Contents.

The Fundamentals of Transmutations Course Materials Table of Contents

The video will be visible for 7 days after payment, so please be sure before you purchase it that you can watch the video within 7 days. Also, note that the video will only be viewable on the computer on which you purchase it.

Disclaimer: These programs are designed to provide continuing education to attorneys on the subject matter covered. They are offered with the understanding that the information does not constitute legal advice or other professional services. These courses are not a substitute for a lawyer’s original legal research, analysis, and drafting. If you need legal advice or other expert assistance, please seek the services of an attorney. Every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of the programs’ content, but the law sometimes changes more rapidly than courses can be updated. Dawn Gray is not responsible for the consequences of the application of any information provided in any continuing education program.
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