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At this program, you will learn about...
- Handling Ethical Issues in Family Law Practice
- Obtaining and Evaluating Financial Information
- Assisting with Child Custody and Visitation Issues
- Assisting with Alternative Dispute Resolution
- Initiating, Enforcing, and Modifying Family Law Orders
As a paralegal, you play a crucial role in getting to the bottom of an auto injury claim. Join our
experienced faculty as they provide you with insights on how to assist in everyday case
management from intake to post-trial.
This presentation will provide an in-depth overview of disclaimers in the context of pre-death estate planning and post-death administration. We will discuss tax-qualified vs non-qualified disclaimers, disclaimers under Federal and Minnesota law, estate planning opportunities and estate administration using disclaimers.
Minnesota Paralegal Association MPA
This program reveals real-world drafting strategies for making and responding to discovery
requests. Gain pointers for crafting requests for production, uncover practical guidance for
following up on opposing party responses, and get tips for reviewing discovery.
With technology and the want to expand our views always evolving, the world has been introduced to drones. Did you know that private citizens as well as professionals can be investigated and/or penalized by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for operating a drone? Attorney Darrell Dethlefs, an FAA Certified Ground Instructor, FAA Certified Flight Instructor, licensed Airline Transport Pilot, and licensed Commercial Pilot (Airplane/Seaplane and Rotorcraft) will discuss how private citizens as well as professionals can be investigated and/or penalized by the FAA for failure to hold a proper operating license while operating a drone, possible violations by the FAA, and possible penalties rendered by the FAA. Attorney Dethlefs will also discuss what is required by the FAA to obtain such licenses and certifications as well as various issues that can arise from the process.
Successfully collecting debt without breaking the law is no easy task. Not only do you need to
know how the FDCPA restricts collection activities, you need to know how to find accurate
debtor information before your deadline runs out. Join our distinguished faculty as they share
their tips for performing debtor research, avoiding FDCPA violations, and assisting with
litigation and liens.
Whether it be QDROs or navigating through somediscovery challenges, are you prepared to handle the many complex issues of family law? Join our experienced faculty in this program where they will provide you with time-tested strategies and techniques for handling some of the biggest issues paralegals often encounter in family cases.
Reimbursing and protecting Medicare's and Medicaid's interests in personal injury and
workers' compensation cases is not optional. This straightforward guide will spell out
reimbursement obligations and steps you need to take to resolve liens. You will also get
practical guidance for handling Medicare Set Asides.
The importance of the debtor name cannot be overstated when preparing and filing UCC financing statements. This webinar provides critical insights on how to avoid errors by reviewing important case law that puts on display the types of mistakes still being made since Amended Article 9 was enacted. We will provide case examples followed by practical steps to avoid unwelcome UCC filing surprises.
During this hour we will cover:
- Entity and individual debtor name requirements
- The Minor Error Rule
- Case law and what has gone wrong
- The 5-part fact pattern
- Model Administrative Rules (MARS) and search logic
- How to avoid debtor name mistakes
- Summary and conclusion
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Assisting clients in obtaining Medicaid nursing home coverage is critical to their ability to get access to proper care and improve quality of life. To accomplish it effectively, you need up-to-the-minute information on the changing criteria and on how Medicaid processes applications. This practical updates guide will help you stay current on the process from client intake through post-eligibility issues.
8:30-9:45 MDT Assisting with Alternative Dispute Resolution - Jared Sandler
9:45-11:00 MDT Preparing Pleadings and Assisting with Motion Practice – Brian Kelley
11:15-12:45 MDT Working with Divorce Clients and Opposing Counsel – Giancarlo Sapelli
1:15-2:30 MDT Enforcing and Modifying Family Law Orders and Decrees – Kathleen Stillman
2:45-4:00 MDT Handling Ethical Issues in Family Law Practice - David Horowitz