Gunnar J. Gitlin featured presenter for 2021 Seminars in January, February, and May 6th as well as Seminars in 2022!
MLK 2021 and 2022 Seminars.
Attorney Gitlin presented at both the IICLE’s Martin Luther King Day Seminars in 2021 and in 2022: “Business Valuation, Financial & Tax Issues in Divorce: Defining & Understanding Income.” He opened the 2021 program by providing the case-law update for 2020-21 regarding financial issues in divorce. or the agenda and to register, Click here. He also opened the 2022 program by again providing the caselaw update for 2021-22 regarding advanced financial issues in our divorce cases. To attend this online program, Click here.
GAL February 2021 Seminar.
In February 2021, Attorney Gitlin presented for the ISBA Family Law Section’s Guardian ad Litem Seminar. This training program qualifies for 10.0 hours MCLE credit. It includes 4.0* hours Professional Responsibility MCLE credit. Attorney Gitlin’s presentation focuses on Illinois law regarding relocation of children. To Register, Click here.
IICLE Master Teacher Seminar on Child Support and Maintenance.
May 6th Gunnar Gitlin and Nancy Shafer co-chaired their Master Teacher seminar regarding child support and maintenance for the Illinois Institute for Continuing Legal Education. Stephanie Kasten of the Gitlin Law Firm also presented at this seminar along with Judge Jeffrey Hirsch of the 22nd Judicial District and several other well known presenters. This is available for CLE credit.
Open 1 Hour Segment: On the Nature of Presumptions… Hard and Soft Standard of Review
Address what it takes to deviate from the support and maintenance guidelines. This includes soft and hard presumptions, bursting bubbles, and the clear-and-convincing evidence standard to rebut the guidelines.
Gunnar J. Gitlin, Gitlin Law Firm, Woodstock
45 Minutes: Maintenance Modification or Review – Preventing Future Problems
Learn how to navigate the confusion of maintenance modification and maintenance review proceedings. Case law between the appellate districts varies as to whether the guidelines apply to review or modification cases. Improve your skills from a discussion of how to best consider post-decree cases (and pre-decree drafting) of the enigmatic “rehabilitative” maintenance case.
Stephanie Kasten, The Gitlin Law Firm, Woodstock
- Upcoming Strafford live webinar: “Divorce: Adding Third Parties to the Case.”
- Tuesday, August 2, 2022:
- 1:00pm-2:30pm EDT.
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- Tuesday, August 2, 2022:
- 2022 IICLE Drafting Marital Settlement Agreements Workshop
- Co-Chair for upcoming 9th Seminar: Chicago, 2022