Bankruptcy Foreclosure Divorce Tips Advice Michigan - PDF
Bankruptcy Foreclosure Divorce Tips Advice Michigan document sample
Shared by: ztc36857
REGISTER TODAY! ICLE’s 8TH ANNUAL www.icle.org/family | 877-229-4350 Family Law INSTITUTE AWARD-WINNING PROGRAM* LEVEL: BASIC/INTER/ADVANCED CLE: 8.75 ETHICS: .75 Michigan’s Must-Attend Family Law Event NOVEMBER 12–13, 2009 THE INN AT ST. JOHN’S, PLYMOUTH COSPONSORED BY: Family Law Section of the State Bar of Michigan Michigan Judicial Institute *Winner of an Association of Continuing Legal Education Best Award for Outstanding Achievement in Programming ICLE’s 8TH ANNUAL Family Law INSTITUTE NOVEMBER 12–13, 2009 Succeed in a Down Economy! Michigan’s Must-Attend Don’t miss this year’s kick-off session Achieving Success in a Down Economy—Killer Survival Family Law Event Tips Learned the Hard Way. Six top Michigan practitioners share their favorite tips for Cosponsored by the Family Law Section of the State Bar of Michigan and succeeding when the chips are down and the Michigan Judicial Institute the economy is crumbling around you. Michigan’s most popular Family Law Institute, is more relevant than Margaret J. Nichols Nichols Sacks Slank ever and thoughtfully tailored to provide the assistance you need in a Sendelbach & Buiteweg PC troubled economy. Survive and thrive while others press the panic Ann Arbor button with practical advice from top judges, lawyers, and related professionals! Learn side-by-side with decision-makers. Network with the finest practitioners and top experts at our lunch, sponsored by Stout Risius Ross, Inc., and at our Thursday evening reception. Take home practice tips and attorney drafted forms in a format that works best for Ronald M. Bookholder Law Offices of Ronald M. you—printed handbook or USB flash drive. With basic, intermediate, Bookholder and advanced sessions, you’re empowered to shape the program to meet Troy the specific challenges and issues YOU face in YOUR office. Attend and learn to: • Survive in a troubled economy with priceless and practical, time-tested tips from six respected practitioners Carol F. Breitmeyer Hickey Cianciolo Fishman & • Address threats to the family homestead with foreclosure Finn PC prevention strategies and defenses Detroit • Manage your next divorce case on a shoestring budget • Stay current with case summaries from Chief Justice Marilyn Kelly • Understand the ins and outs of bankruptcy for family practice lawyers Blaine B. Johnson, Jr. • Assert or defend against assertion of the Fifth Amendment Blaine B. Johnson Jr. PC Jackson • Add value to settlements using special needs trusts for property division and child and spousal support • Establish a solid foundation for admitting the valuation of a professional practice with a skillful, realistic demonstration • Enforce your settlement agreements with advanced enforcement options Richard A. Roane Warner Norcross & Judd • Divide retirement benefits with confidence LLP • Handle eavesdropping and surveillance evidence obtained by your clients Grand Rapids REGISTER TODAY! www.icle.org/family | 877-229-4350 Thomas L. Saxe Rhoades McKee PC Grand Rapids This Institute fulfills one elective credit for the Family Law Certificate Program. 2 Michigan’s Must-Attend Family Law Event The InsTITuTe of ConTInuIng LegaL eduCaTIon Schedule at a Glance Complete schedule begins on page 4. November 12, 8:00am–5:30pm 8:00am Continental Breakfast—Sponsored by QDRO Express, LLC 9:00am Welcome and Introduction Barbara J. Kelly 9:20am Achieving Success in a Down Economy—Killer Survival Tips Learned the Hard Way Margaret J. Nichols; Ronald M. Bookholder; Carol F. Breitmeyer; Blaine B. Johnson Jr.; Richard A. Roane; Thomas L. Saxe CO R E CO N CE P T S I N T E R M E D I AT E /A DVA N CE D J U D I CI A L 10:35am The Science and Art of Winning Using Special Needs Trusts for Property Privacy, Identity Theft, and e-Filing Depositions Division, Child Support and Alimony: in the Courts David C. Sarnacki How to Add Value to Settlement Hon. Joan E. Young; Angela Branch; Brian D. Amy Rombyer Tripp Einhorn 11:43am Paternity Primer—Everything Foreclosure Prevention—Dealing Judicial Strategies for Dealing with You Ever Wanted to Know about with Challenges to Ownership of the Economic Crisis Establishing Paternity the Marital Home Hon. Michael J. Theile; David S. Mendelson; Anne L. Argiroff; David G. Case Lorray S.C. Brown; Diane K. Higgins Leslie C. Curry 12:30pm Networking Lunch on Premises—Sponsored by Stout Risius Ross, Inc. 2:00pm The Frugal Practitioner: Handling View from the Appellate Bench— In Pro Per Parties in Family Court— Divorce Cases on a Strict Budget Advice to Trial Court Practitioners An Interactive Session to Answer: Shon A. Cook Hon. Jane M. Beckering; Hon. Kirsten Frank Kelly; Hon. “What’s a Judge to Do?” Christopher M. Murray; Hon. Cynthia Diane Stephens Hon. Megan Maher Brennan; Ashley E. Lowe 2:53pm Tax Tips for the Practitioner Admitting the Valuation of a Advanced Enforcement Options in Carol F. Breitmeyer; James J. Harrington III; Professional Practice in Evidence—A a Challenging Economy Richard A. Roane; Thomas L. Saxe Demonstration Henry M. Nirenberg Hon. Michelle M. Rick; Janice K. Cunningham; Michelle F. Gallagher; Ronald M. Bookholder 3:45pm Fundametals of Motion Practice—A Dividing Retirement Benefits: Everything You Ever Needed to Nuts and Bolts Road Map to Getting Dueling Checklists that Every Know About “Double Dipping” What You Want from the Judge! Negotiation Must Include —From Soup to Nuts Laura K. Goderis; Betty L. Lowenthal Mark A. Bank; Jacqueline Roessler Diana Raimi; Gary R. Rogow 4:38pm Finishing Touches: Just When You Asserting the Fifth Amendment— View from the State Court Thought You Were Done— and Paying the Consequences Administrator’s Office Reflections on How to Wrap Up a File Blaine B. Johnson Jr. Steven D. Capps Margaret J. Nichols 5:30pm Networking Reception on Premises November 13, 8:00am–12:30pm 8:00am Continental Breakfast—Sponsored by Warner Norcross & Judd LLP 9:00am Domestic Relations Caselaw and Statutory Update with Analysis Hon. Marilyn J. Kelly A D R /SU BS TA N T I V E L AW L I T I G AT I O N/PRO CE D U R A L J U D I CI A L 9:53am Reconciliation: Is It Too Late To Get The Complexities of Divorce in a Judicial Cost Reduction Strategies for Back Together? Tumultuous Economy Litigants—The Judge is On-the-Line Karen S. Sendelbach Justin L. Cherfoli, CPA, ABV Hon. James M. Alexander 10:45am Valuing a Business in a Challenging Strategies for Avoiding the Top 10 New Developments in Child Protection Economy Ethical and Malpractice Traps Hon. Maura D. Corrigan; Lauran F. Howard; Joseph W. Cunningham, JD, CPA James J. Harrington III Hon. Kenneth L. Tacoma 11:38am The Law and Practice of Surveillance Bankruptcy for Family Practice “If It Weren’t for You!” More Point/ Keldon K. Scott Lawyers Counterpoint Dialogue on What Stuart A. Gold Makes Lawyers and Judges Cranky Hon. Archie C. Brown; Laurel Stuart-Fink 3 ICLE’s 8TH ANNUAL Family Law INSTITUTE NOVEMBER 12–13, 2009 Schedule Details November 12, 8:00am–5:30pm 10:35am 11:43am continued Core Concepts Track: The Science Intermediate/Advanced Track: M O D ER ATO R S and Art of Winning Depositions Foreclosure Prevention—Dealing Barbara J. Kelly, Chair, Family Law Most of your cases will settle without trial. with Challenges to Ownership of the Section, Washtenaw County Friend of Maximize your depositions and improve Marital Home the Court Office, Ann Arbor results for motions, hearings, mediation and, Representing clients who face the loss of their home yes, even trial. Learn the tricks of preparing requires a thorough understanding of Michigan’s yourself and taking an effective deposition— foreclosure process. Who has standing? What from what questions to ask and in what form. defenses are available? Experts cover everything A busy trial lawyer shares his secrets and from loss mitigation to negotiation strategies, and Core Concepts Track redemption to short sales and work outs. Help Carol F. Breitmeyer, Hickey Cianciolo provides a sample transcript as a guide. David C. Sarnacki, The Sarnacki Law Firm PLC, your clients seeking to hang on to the family Fishman & Finn PC, Detroit homestead in a tough economic environment. Grand Rapids Lorray S.C. Brown, Michigan Foreclosure Prevention Intermediate/Advanced Track: Using Project Director, Michigan Poverty Law Program, Ann Special Needs Trusts for Property Arbor; Diane K. Higgins, United Bank & Trust, Tecumseh Intermediate/ Division, Child Support and Alimony: Advanced Track Judicial Track: Judicial Strategies for David C. Sarnacki, The Sarnacki Law How to Add Value to Settlement Dealing with the Economic Crisis Firm PLC, Grand Rapids When your clients are older or disabled, or have How can judges assist the litigants in children with disabilities, bring another layer of dealing with a down economy? From child value to settlement discussions with planning support enforcement to finding jobs, from Judicial Track options like access to government benefits modification to community resources. Hon. Maria L. Oxholm, 3rd Circuit (Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security Disability, Hon. Michael J. Theile, Seventh Judicial Circuit Court, Family Division-Domestic, and Supplemental Security Income). Nursing Court, Flint; David S. Mendelson, Law Offices of Detroit home care or assisted living may be necessary and David Mendelson, Birmingham; Leslie C. Curry, traditional alimony, child support and property Legal Aid of Western Michigan, Grand Rapids settlements may result in unexpected negative consequences. Spot the issues and propose creative 12:30pm 8:00am solutions with Special Needs Trusts. Networking Lunch on Premises— Continental Breakfast—Sponsored Amy Rombyer Tripp, Chalgian & Tripp Law Offices Sponsored by Stout Risius Ross, Inc. by QDRO Express, LLC PLLC, Jackson Catch up with friends and colleagues in a Judicial Track: Privacy, Identity Theft, leisurely, uninterrupted lunch! 9:00am and e-Filing in the Courts Welcome and Introduction Is your data safe? Are you protecting 2:00pm Barbara J. Kelly, Chair, Family Law Section, Washtenaw confidential and sensitive information when Core Concepts Track: The Frugal County Friend of the Court Office, Ann Arbor you file? Do you want that psych report in Practitioner: Handling Divorce Cases the public domain? How secure is a judicial on a Strict Budget 9:20am Web site? How much privacy should there be? In an era when clients have less money and the Achieving Success in a Down When does the public have a right to know? house is nearly under water or worse, you’ll Economy—Killer Survival Tips Learned Hon. Joan E. Young, 6th Circuit Court—Family need to handle more cases with less. Get tips Division, Pontiac (Moderator); Angela Branch, to do inexpensive business and real property the Hard Way Special Assistant to the Attorney General, Office of valuations, effective but limited discovery, In this rapid fire session, an array of the Attorney General, Detroit; Brian D. Einhorn, reduced motion practice and ADR. Save your outstanding practitioners share their favorite Collins Einhorn Farrell & Ulanoff, Southfield clients money and yourself hassle. tips for succeeding when the chips are down Shon A. Cook, Williams Hughes & Cook PLLC, Muskegon and the economy is crumbling around them. 11:43am Intermediate/Advanced Track: View You’re bound to find something useful! Margaret J. Nichols, Nichols Sacks Slank Sendelbach Core Concepts Track: Paternity from the Appellate Bench—Advice to & Buiteweg PC, Ann Arbor; Ronald M. Bookholder, Primer—Everything You Ever Wanted Trial Court Practitioners Law Offices of Ronald M. Bookholder, Troy; Carol F. to Know about Establishing Paternity Regardless of whether you regularly handle Breitmeyer, Hickey Cianciolo Fishman & Finn PC, Learn who has standing. How are birth certificates cases on appeal, never handle cases on appeal or Detroit; Blaine B. Johnson Jr., Blaine B. Johnson Jr. handled? What’s the relationship between orders take an appeal only occasionally, this session PC, Jackson; Richard A. Roane, Warner Norcross & of filiation, acknowledgements of parentage and is for you. Four appellate judges share their Judd LLP, Grand Rapids; Thomas L. Saxe, Rhoades birth certificates? Don’t miss a solid introduction insight and advice for trial lawyers on a variety McKee PC, Grand Rapids of issues including parental termination to the law and practice of paternity. Anne L. Argiroff, Anne Argiroff PC, Farmington cases, custody cases on appeal, final orders, Hills; David G. Case, Oakland County Prosecutor’s understanding Vardvarka, and more! Office, Pontiac Hon. Jane M. Beckering, Michigan Court of Appeals, Grand Rapids; Hon. Kirsten Frank Kelly, Michigan Court of Appeals, Detroit; Hon. Christopher M. Murray, Michigan Court of Appeals, Detroit; Hon. Cynthia Diane Stephens, Michigan Court of Appeals, Detroit 4 Michigan’s Must-Attend Family Law Event The InsTITuTe of ConTInuIng LegaL eduCaTIon 2:00pm continued 3:45pm 4:38pm continued Judicial Track: In Pro Per Parties in Core Concepts Track: Fundamentals Intermediate/Advanced Track: Family Court—An Interactive Session of Motion Practice—A Nuts and Bolts Asserting the Fifth Amendment—and to Answer: “What’s a Judge to Do?” Road Map to Getting What You Want Paying the Consequences More and more cases are filed by unrepresented from the Judge! When should clients “take” the Fifth? How should parties unable to afford counsel as our courts Yes, the court rules matter. So does being they do it? What are the consequences? How struggle to process them with diminishing clear about the basis for your motion and the should you respond when the other side asserts resources. Attend this interactive, facilitated relief you seek. Learn the secrets of “helping” the privilege? Whether your case involves tax session to share YOUR best ideas and techniques the court rule your way—and start winning fraud, marital infidelity, or child pornography, the for handling in pro per parties in family court. the motions you SHOULD be winning! privilege is being exercised more and more. Learn Hon. Megan Maher Brennan, 3rd Judicial Circuit Laura K. Goderis, Washtenaw County Trial Court, how to do it when YOU need it; and how to reply Court, Detroit; Ashley E. Lowe, Thomas M. Cooley Ann Arbor; Betty L. Lowenthal, Referee, Oakland when the shoe is on the other foot! Law School, Auburn Hills County Friend of the Court, Pontiac Blaine B. Johnson Jr., Blaine B. Johnson Jr. PC, Jackson Intermediate/Advanced Track: Judicial Track: View from the State 2:53pm Dividing Retirement Benefits: Dueling Court Administrator’s Office Core Concepts Track: Tax Tips for Checklists that Every Negotiation What’s new? Take home everything you should the Practitioner Must Include know about new friend of the court statutes. Hear Not a tax expert? Concerned about what you Two savvy QDRO experts exchange competing the latest on SCAO specialty court pilot projects. don’t know? Our panel of expert practitioners, perspectives on the essential topics to resolve Get an update on the child support formula. who are NOT tax specialists, allay your concerns in settlement negotiation before an effective Learn about new SCAO policies and procedures. and make you more tax savvy by sharing their QDRO can be drafted. Whether representing Steven D. Capps, State Court Administrative Office, Lansing favorite tax tips. plan participant or alternative beneficiary, take Carol F. Breitmeyer, Hickey Cianciolo Fishman & Finn PC, Detroit; James J. Harrington III, Law Offices of home two comprehensive checklists of issues 5:30pm James J. Harrington III PLC, Novi; Richard A. Roane, you MUST address before a final settlement is Networking Reception on Premises Warner Norcross & Judd LLP, Grand Rapids; Thomas reached. Learn the best places to be flexible in L. Saxe, Rhoades McKee PC, Grand Rapids order to reach agreement. Mark A. Bank, The Law Firm of John F. Schaefer, Schedule continues on page 6. Intermediate/Advanced Track: Birmingham; Jacqueline Roessler, CDFA, Divorce Admitting the Valuation of a Professional Solutions LLC, Southfield Practice in Evidence—A Demonstration Judicial Track: Everything You Ever If forced to do so, can you confidently put an Needed to Know About “Double expert on the stand, ask the right questions to Dipping”—From Soup to Nuts SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR admit their valuation of a professional practice in evidence, and persuade the court to go your way? In this joint presentation, a savvy practitioner GENEROUS SPONSORS Watch a skilled trial lawyer and take home the shares the legal landscape surrounding the formula for carrying the day at your next hearing! “double dipping” controversy and an experienced Hon. Michelle M. Rick, 29th Circuit Court, Saint financial expert uses concrete examples to show Family Law Section of the Johns (Presiding); Janice K. Cunningham, Mallory you the impact of the “double dip” and how to Cunningham Lapka Scott & Selin PLLC, Lansing cope with it in trial and settlement scenarios. State Bar of Michigan (Proponent); Michelle F. Gallagher, Gallagher & Diana Raimi, Moran Raimi & Goethel PC, Ann Arbor; Associates CPAs PLC, Lansing (Expert Witness); Gary R. Rogow, Rogow & Loney PC, Ann Arbor Ronald M. Bookholder, Law Offices of Ronald M. Michigan Judicial Institute Bookholder, Troy (Opposing Counsel) 4:38pm Judicial Track: Advanced Enforcement Core Concepts Track: Finishing Options in a Challenging Economy Touches: Just When You Thought You PLATINUM SPONSOR The court has entered an award or the Were Done—Reflections on How to lawyers have negotiated a settlement featuring Wrap Up a File installment payments. How does the creditor Tired of loose ends and confusing messages at spouse increase the likelihood of collection and the end of a case? Get the checklist you need to avoid the trap of toxic assets, particularly in finish up your files with confidence. From putting this contracting economic climate? Understand the agreement on the record, to who drafts the the dynamics of perfecting security interests. QDRO; from what should go in your retainer What can be secured and how—from LLCs agreement to starting the statute of limitations to corporate entities, from real estate assets to running; from drafting final orders to closing stock options. Learn the benefits of appointing a letters. Get the forms and advice you need. SILVER SPONSORS receiver and enforcing your security interests. Margaret J. Nichols, Nichols Sacks Slank Henry M. Nirenberg, Seyburn Kahn Ginn Bess & Sendelbach & Buiteweg PC, Ann Arbor Serlin PC, Southfield 5 ICLE’s 8TH ANNUAL Family Law INSTITUTE NOVEMBER 12–13, 2009 Schedule Details November 13, 8:00am–12:30pm 9:53am continued 10:45am continued Litigation/Procedural Track: Judicial Track: New Developments in M O D ER ATO R S The Complexities of Divorce in a Child Protection Barbara J. Kelly, Chair, Family Law Tumultuous Economy New legislation has brought new reforms. Section, Washtenaw County Friend of Take a step back. Think strategically. Economic Learn about the latest changes in concurrent the Court Office, Ann Arbor conditions have changed radically and aren’t yet planning, dealing with kids who “age out” stabilized. Be prepared to address those changes of the system and the programs available to in your next case. From settlement structuring them, adoption proceedings, new juvenile to the importance of “valuation date,” from the guardianship rules and statutes, and federal ADR/Substantive Law Track “standard of value” and “premise of value” for program review. Keldon K. Scott, Mallory Cunningham business valuations to cost-saving measures during Hon. Maura D. Corrigan, Justice, Michigan Supreme Lapka Scott & Selin PLLC, Lansing the divorce process, this session addresses these Court, Detroit; Lauran F. Howard, Oakland County and many other pertinent issues encountered in Circuit Court Family Division, Pontiac; Hon. Kenneth L. Tacoma, Wexford County Probate Court, Cadillac divorce in a difficult economic climate. Justin L. Cherfoli, CPA, ABV, Stout Risius Ross Inc, Litigation/Procedural Southfield 11:38am Track Judicial Track: Judicial Cost Reduction ADR/Substantive Law Track: The Thomas L. Saxe, Rhoades McKee PC, Strategies for Litigants—The Judge is Law and Practice of Surveillance Grand Rapids Your clients are doing it, their friends are On-the-Line doing it and it’s falling into your lap. How Learn about Oakland County’s innovative new should you handle clients who have engaged Judicial Track “online” judicial initiative, saving parties and in eavesdropping, secret tape recordings, Hon. James M. Alexander, Chief Judge counsel travel and gasoline costs. Set up your next key logging, hacking into computers, and Pro Tem, 6th Circuit Court, Pontiac pre-trial or motion call for a telephone hearing! getting around passwords? Have you looked Take home and initiate a simple new procedure at Facebook and other social networking sites? that saves time, reduces travel costs, helps the Did your client hire someone to follow a spouse environment, and streamlines procedures! Hon. James M. Alexander, Chief Judge Pro Tem, on Valentine’s Day? Learn what you can and 8:00am 6th Circuit Court, Pontiac can’t do and how to advise your clients. Keldon K. Scott, Mallory Cunningham Lapka Scott Continental Breakfast—Sponsored & Selin PLLC, Lansing by Warner Norcross & Judd LLP 10:45am ADR/Substantive Law Track: Valuing Litigation/Procedural Track: 9:00am a Business in a Challenging Economy Bankruptcy for Family Practice Lawyers When earnings are low and the economy From discharge of domestic support Domestic Relations Caselaw and obligations and non-domestic support Statutory Update with Analysis contracting, business values tumble and litigants face the dilemma of valuing the business based obligations to automatic stay and discharge Justice Kelly returns with her popular review injunction issues, learn what you need to of the year in cases and statutes. Justice Kelly on assets rather than earnings. In a bad economy where neither assets nor business are marketable, know from one of Michigan’s busiest and summarizes the cases and discusses their most respected bankruptcy specialists! relevance and importance to practitioners. what are the fairness considerations? Take home Stuart A. Gold, Gold Lange & Majoros PC, Stay up to date and ahead of the curve! creative approaches to division and minimize the Southfield Hon. Marilyn J. Kelly, Chief Justice, Michigan effects of the dilemma in your next case. Supreme Court, Detroit Joseph W. Cunningham, JD, CPA, Plante & Moran Judicial Track: “If It Weren’t for You!” PLLC, Southfield More Point/Counterpoint Dialogue 9:53am Litigation/Procedural Track: on What Makes Lawyers and Judges ADR/Substantive Law Track: Strategies for Avoiding the Top 10 Cranky Reconciliation: Is It Too Late To Get Ethical and Malpractice Traps Participate in one of the more popular Back Together? Client relationships present hidden pitfalls, from sessions of the Family Law Institute. In this In this age of economic contraction with the the initial client conference to closing out your interactive, brain-storming session, judges marital home under water and breadwinners file. Ignorance of the MRPCs is no defense! An and lawyers bring their concerns and issues out of a job, we’re hearing more and more experienced family law practitioner leads you to the table. Better understanding leads to about reconciliation. How should you be through the minefield to practice management better decision-making, better solutions, and advising your clients? How do you protect safety, success, and satisfaction! To avoid ethical better practice. Join the fun and bring your them if reconciliation doesn’t work? An and malpractice traps you must know the rules perspective to share. and proactively apply them for professional Hon. Archie C. Brown, Presiding Judge, Washtenaw experienced practitioner lays out the issues, County Circuit Court-Family Division, Ann Arbor; problems, perils, and pitfalls. success and peace of mind. Laurel Stuart-Fink, Law Offices of Laurel Stuart-Fink Karen S. Sendelbach, Nichols Sacks Slank James J. Harrington III, Law Offices of James J. PLLC, West Bloomfield Sendelbach & Buiteweg PC, Ann Arbor Harrington III PLC, Novi 6 REGISTER TODAY! | www.icle.org/family | 877-229-4350 Hotel Information The Inn at St. John’s 44045 Five Mile Road P | 734-414-0600 Plymouth, MI 48170 F | 734-414-0606 A block of rooms has been reserved under ICLE for November 11, 2009 and November 12, 2009. The room rate is $127/night. For a reservation call 734-414-0600. Reservations must be made by October 12, 2009. Registrants are responsible for their own hotel expenses. Seminar regiStration Prices guaranteed until 11/13/09. Name ADDRESS mI Bar # ICLe P’ShIP # CITY STATE ZIP FIrm PHONE e-maIL FAx Register for the following institute (includes printed handbook or materials on USB flash drive1) SEMINAR TITLE AND NUMBER DATES SEMINAR FEES 8TH ANNUAL FAMILY LAW INSTITUTE 09CI-3540 11/12–13/09 $315 GENERAL $265 ICLE PARTNERS $280 COSPONSOR SECTION MEMBER FREE JUDGES2 $265 NEW LAWYER $50 REFEREES/FOC3 (0-3 YRS IN PRACTICE P67900+) Select one materials format or buy both1 Can’t attend? Order the printed handbook PRINTED HANDBOOK USB FLASH DRIVE BOTH SEMINAR HANDBOOK TITLE AND NUMBER PRINTED HANDBOOK FEE FREE FREE $50 8TH ANNUAL FAMILY LAW INSTITUTE 0920-3540 $175 PAYMENT INFORMATION INSTITUTE HANDBOOK SUBTOTAL $______ CHECK # __________ PARTNERSHIP DISCOUNT (-30% HANDBOOK ONLY) $______ CHECKS PAYABLE TO: ICLE ADD 6% MI SALES TAx (HANDBOOK ONLY) $______ ADD SHIPPING & HANDLING4 (HANDBOOK ONLY) 9.54 $______ CHARGE MY: VISA CREDIT CARD # ExP DATE INSTITUTE REGISTRATION SUBTOTAL $______ MASTERCARD DISCOVER TOTAL AMOuNT DuE (DISCOUNTS MAY NOT BE COMBINED) $______ AM Ex SIGNATURE FOR CREDIT CARD 1 Registrants will receive the printed handbook if no format is specified. Materials will be posted online before the seminar. 2 40 free spaces for current sitting Family, Probate, and Circuit Court Judges. General pricing will apply after limit of 40 is met. 3 Referees and Friends of the Court pay $50, limited to 30 with no more than five from any one office. G General pricing will apply after limit of 30 is met. 4 Cost of shipping includes sales tax on shipping. Persons with disabilities: For special arrangements, please contact ICLE no later than seven days before the seminar. Cancellation Policy: In order to receive a full refund, you F must notify ICLE by October 29, 2009. After October 29, a $45 handling fee will be assessed. No refunds will be issued after November 5, 2009. Walk-in Registrations: Permitted on a space-available basis or if registrants fail to claim their seat in the first 15 minutes of the seminar. E R EGIS T ER TO DAY! D C Save a stamp with ICLE’s secure online registration. It’s convenient, easy, and fast—you can even sign up multiple people. B ONLINE (WITH CREDIT CARD) CALL (WITH CREDIT CARD) FAx (WITH CREDIT CARD) MAIL (FORM WITH PAYMENT) 0BE A WWW.ICLE.ORG/FAMILY 877-229-4350 877-229-4351 ICLE, 1020 GREENE ST., ANN ARBOR, MI 48109-1444 7 REGISTER TODAY! www.icle.org/family | 877-229-4350 ICLE’s 8TH ANNUAL ICLE’s 8TH ANNUAL Family Law INSTITUTE Family Law INSTITUTE NOVEMBER 12–13, 2009 | THE INN AT ST. JOHN’S, PLYMOUTH Michigan’s Must-Attend Family Law Event Michigan’s most popular Family Law Institute, is more relevant than ever COSPONSORED BY: and thoughtfully tailored to provide the assistance you need in a troubled Family Law Section of the economy. Survive and thrive while others press the panic button with State Bar of Michigan practical advice from top judges, lawyers, and related professionals! Take home practice tips and attorney drafted forms in a format that works best Michigan Judicial Institute for you—printed handbook or USB flash drive. With basic, intermediate, and advanced sessions, you’re empowered to shape the program to meet the specific challenges and issues YOU face in YOUR office.