County Bar Association offers seminar on ‘Special Needs Children and Divorce’

Several issues arise in divorce when there is a special needs child. How will the custody arrangement affect the child’s education? Should child support be paid into a special needs trust? Will the child ever be emancipated? Will the child need a guardian upon reaching the age of majority? Learn how to address these issues and draft for them in your settlement agreements at a seminar offered by The Hudson County Bar Association & Foundation’s Family Law Committee titled “Special Needs Children and Divorce.” The guest speakers will be attornies Beth Manes and Lori Cieckiewicz.
The seminar is scheduled for June 16 at 5 p.m. (check in) with the program scheduled to start promptly at 5:30 p.m. at the Brennan Courthouse Courtroom of the Hon. Lisa Rose, J.S.C., 583 Newark Ave., 4th floor, Jersey City.
If you are a 2016 HCBA member you can attend in-house CLE seminars and receive up to 12 free CLE credits. After you have received your 12 credits, cost for members will be $50.00 per CLE Seminar. Price for all NON HCBA Members: $100.00 per CLE Seminar. All checks are to be made payable to the Hudson County Bar Foundation. Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express are acceptable. You may also fax your credit card information to (201) 798-1740 or email at Registration deadline is June 9.

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