On Demand Family Law CLEs

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Pricing Per On Demand CLE

$29.95 MSBA MEMBERS
$64.95 NON-MSBA MEMBERS

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Family Law CLEs

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Ashes to Ashes, Dust to Fuss

1.0 Standard CLE Credit

Join Attorney Jill Sauber for a lively seminar about Minnesota laws and legal issues surrounding human remains, including handling of a person's body after death, who has the right to control final disposition, and issues commonly encountered about the transfer of human remains (cremated or otherwise).  Also, a timely discussion of how funerals are being arranged or body donations are taking place during COVID-19, and what that means for families.

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  • Family Law
Ashes to Ashes, Dust to Fuss – Part II

1.0 Standard CLE Credit

Join Attorneys Jill Sauber and Michael Sharkey to continue the lively discussion about Minnesota laws and legal issues surrounding human remains, including handling of a person's body after death, who has the right to control final disposition, and issues commonly encountered about the transfer of human remains (cremated or otherwise).  Questions are welcome prior to and during the presentation –this seminar will address the timely issue of how funerals are being arranged or body donations are taking place during COVID-19, and what that means for families.

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  • Family Law
Assisted Reproduction Technology and Its Implications for Family Law

1.0 Standard CLE Credit

This presentation will explore Assisted Reproduction Technology (ART) and family formation issues in the context of family law. 

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  • Family Law
Child Support, Tax Credits and Dependency Exemptions

1.0 Standard CLE Credit 

This program will discuss an overview of tax issues related to child support. Covered topics will include the impact of parenting time schedules on tax credits/exemptions, how to structure child support or other family law Orders to correctly address tax issues related to child support and joint children, and the effect of arrearages on tax credits or dependency exemptions. The goal of this program is to educate attorneys on the language or provisions necessary to affect the parties’ agreements or the court’s Order as related to tax issues and consequences.

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  • Tax Law
  • Family Law
Handling Your First Domestic Abuse or Harassment Case

1.0 Standard CLE credit

This CLE will provide an introduction to handling domestic abuse and harassment cases. Among other things, we will compare and contrast Orders for Protection and Harassment Restraining Orders and learn the associated statutes, case law, rules, and burdens of proof.

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  • CATEGORY
  • New Lawyer Essentials
  • Criminal Law
  • Family Law
Mediation & Domestic Abuse- A SAFeR Screening and Assessment Guide for Attorneys + ADR Providers

1.0 Standard CLE credit

Intimate partner violence, coercive control and other issues can have major implications for parties’ ability to mediate or to engage in other facilitative dispute resolution processes. Under some circumstances, however, mediation can be a safe process that produces safe and workable parenting or financial arrangements if the process is modified to address the issue(s). 

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  • ADR
  • Family Law
Parental Leave of the Court | Could Minnesota Courts Adopt a New Parental Leave Rule?

1.0 Standard CLE credit

This program will explore the development of court rules for parental leave in other jurisdictions and discuss the ongoing work to propose rule amendments for parental leave here in Minnesota. A member of the current parental leave working group will present the current version of the proposed rule amendments, discuss their development, and take questions and comments as to how they can be improved. 

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  • CATEGORY
  • Family Law
Protecting Children’s Privacy During COVID-19

1.0 Standard CLE Credit

With COVID-19 still raging, many classrooms are operating virtually, and educators and parents need to understand the privacy implications posed by virtual platforms their students and children are using daily. This CLE will discuss relevant federal child privacy laws, provide examples of how popular video conferencing platforms may be used by schools, and offer some suggestions for parents on how to protect their children’s privacy.

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  • Family Law
  • Technology
  • Public Law
  • Communications Law
Supported Decision Making for Attorneys

1.0 Standard CLE Credit

Join social worker, Anita Raymond, and attorney, John Kantke, for a closer look at supported decision making.  John and Anita will break down supported decision making looking at forms and case studies to illustrate options. 

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  • Family Law
Working with Guardians ad Litem in Family Court

1.0 Standard CLE credit

Join us to hear a discussion (incl. Q&A) with current Guardians ad Litem (GAL) working in family court.  There will be GAL representatives to offer varying contexts and perspectives to the work currently being done.

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  • Family Law