Attorney Gunar J. Gitlin spoke at the IICLE® Business Valuation, Financial & Tax Issues in Divorce program, held on Martin Luther King Day. My segment addressed "Maintenance Calculations Using Complex Tax Returns: Learn about often encountered traps and opportunities regarding maintenance when … [Read more...] about MLK 2020 Program
Archives for 2019
Gitlin on Divorce: A Guide to Illinois Family Law, 4th Edition, 2019-2020 Highlights Key New Developments Illinois maintenance law is again rewritten and the 2019-2020 edition of Gitlin on Divorce fully incorporates the impact of this law. The 2019-20 release included: Overview … [Read more...] about Gitlin on Divorce 2019-20 Edition!
2019 Biannual Master Teacher's Seminar re Child Support and Maintenance Moderators: Gunnar J. Gitlin, Gitlin Law Firm, Woodstock; and Nancy Chausow Shafer, Chausow Shafer PC, Highland Park To register for the E-Learn or DVD for this seminar with 6.25 CLE credits, goto the IICLE … [Read more...] about IICLE’s Bi-Annual Master Teachers’ Child Support and Maintenance Seminar: Sept. 5, 2019, Chicago
The April 2019 Marriage of Kuper case, 2019 IL App (3d) 180094), stands addressed any number of critical issues both in drafting initial maintenance awards in reviewing maintenance. Kuper addressed: —Liquidation of Assets: Whether the former wife’s asset base should be considered as to her … [Read more...] about Maintenance Reviews: Marriage of Kuper: Critical New Case from Third District
Salvatore: Child Support Modification: Circumstances re Former Wife’s Employment Contemplated at the Time of Divorce Due to Language within MSA and JPA The March 2019, In re Marriage of Salvatore decision has gained considerable traction among divorce lawyers. Rarely has Illinois law changed as … [Read more...] about IRMO Salvatore: Modification of Child Support and Substantial Changes in Circumstances
In January 2019, the Illinois Supreme Court weighed in on the issue of relocation in In re Marriage of Fatkin. Fatkin involved a case where in 2015 the father was awarded primary physical placement of the parties’ two children based upon a joint custody award. The mother, Danielle, had been … [Read more...] about Illinois Supreme Court weighs in on Relocation Case: Trial Court’s Decision Entitled to Deference