THE 2018 FAMILY LAW & TAX WEBINAR

Continuing a series of informational sessions that began in 2013, CFLCW announces the  2018 Family Law and Tax Webinar to be held on March 13, 2018 at 9 AM

The goal of this year's webinar is to educate and guide attorneys - especially family law attorneys - and other professionals interested in the topic through the impact of the recently enacted "Tax Cuts and Jobs Act." The presenters will update you on the law and provide examples and case studies of exactly how real client situations will be affected.

The new law will affect individuals, families, family businesses, partnerships and corporations. The webinar will identify the changes and, through the use of comparable scenarios, illustrate how your and your clients will need to adjust to the new law. Special emphasis will be placed upon how income is measured, how changes impact support and other divorce issues, as well as what needs to be considered in post-judgement situations. Typical client financials will be presented along with the implications of the major components of the new law.

$199 - CFLCW MEMBERS - 7.0 CLE* - ALL MATERIALS, WEBINAR REPLAY ACCESS INCLUDED
$229 NON-MEMBER REGISTRATION 

COMPLETE DETAILS, TOPICS AND AGENDA AND REGISTRATION INFORMATION IS ON THE
SPECIAL 2018 TAX WEBINAR PAGE

The Webinar is co-sponsored in name by the Family Law Section of the State Bar of Wisconsin and the Wisconsin Association of Mediators. We thank them for their support and ongoing efforts to coordinate and support family law issues and education in Wisconsin!

NOTE: This webinar is not training in the Collaborative Process and is open to anyone interested in family law and tax issues.
*Approved for 7.0 CLE by the Board of Bar Examiners on January 22, 2018

Announcing the 2018 Edition of Building Blocks
June 14 & 15, 2018
The Graduate Studies Center at Carroll University  Waukesha, WI

CFLCW debuted its acclaimed interdisciplinary basic training “The Building Blocks of Collaborative Family Law” in 2004. Since then, the training content has been consistently updated with new material and concepts. In 2016, new material focusing upon interest-based negotiations was included, along with the creation of the Collaborative Academy – a dynamic new extension of your initial training that continues throughout your first year of Collaborative practice.

This year, all NEW members of CFLCW are able to the attend the 2018 CFLCW Annual Meeting on November 1, 2018 at no cost. The “first year” Annual Meeting registration fee is now included in the new member Initiation Fee.

The 2018 edition will include new material, new trainers, as well as all new video and instructive median. The  revised and updated curriculum, includes

  • the facilitative model for the client team;
  • appropriate models – and circumstances – for the use of neutrals;
  • live training demos taken from real world cases;
  • practical client/team exercises that help you practice collaboratively;
  • ways to handle team and client stress points and challenges; and
  • how different approaches to client teams make the process work for their situation.

Visit the 2018 Building Blocks page for more information.