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Post-Judgment Issues in Family Law 2024

Product ID: CA3640R
Presented By: State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE

This program is an excerpt from Handling a Basic Divorce 2024.

Post-judgment day 

Due to the nature of custody, placement, and child support issues, parents may find it necessary to return to the court to request modifications to prior orders in their divorce case. But the rules that apply to post-judgment matters in divorce are different from the rules that the parties have encountered previously. 

Join family law attorney Christopher S. Krimmer for Post-Judgment Issues in Family Law for practical advice on addressing post-judgment questions and find out what to do if a motion is filed against your client. You’ll learn about:

  • The legal requirements for modifying custody, placement, child support, and maintenance within the first two years post-judgment and beyond
  • The process and standards for relocation modifications
  • The standard for modifying child support and maintenance based on a “substantial change in circumstances”
  • Conditions under which property division awards may be reopened, such as mistake or fraud
  • Actions that constitute contempt of court and requirements for purge conditions
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Pricing

Member $99.00

Non-Member $149.00

Credits

1 CLE

Date and Time

Monday, July 08, 202412:00 PM - 12:50 PM CT

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This program is an excerpt from Handling a Basic Divorce 2024.

Post-judgment day 

Due to the nature of custody, placement, and child support issues, parents may find it necessary to return to the court to request modifications to prior orders in their divorce case. But the rules that apply to post-judgment matters in divorce are different from the rules that the parties have encountered previously. 

Join family law attorney Christopher S. Krimmer for Post-Judgment Issues in Family Law for practical advice on addressing post-judgment questions and find out what to do if a motion is filed against your client. You’ll learn about:

  • The legal requirements for modifying custody, placement, child support, and maintenance within the first two years post-judgment and beyond
  • The process and standards for relocation modifications
  • The standard for modifying child support and maintenance based on a “substantial change in circumstances”
  • Conditions under which property division awards may be reopened, such as mistake or fraud
  • Actions that constitute contempt of court and requirements for purge conditions
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This program is an excerpt from Handling a Basic Divorce 2024.

Post-judgment day 

Due to the nature of custody, placement, and child support issues, parents may find it necessary to return to the court to request modifications to prior orders in their divorce case. But the rules that apply to post-judgment matters in divorce are different from the rules that the parties have encountered previously. 

Join family law attorney Christopher S. Krimmer for Post-Judgment Issues in Family Law for practical advice on addressing post-judgment questions and find out what to do if a motion is filed against your client. You’ll learn about:

  • The legal requirements for modifying custody, placement, child support, and maintenance within the first two years post-judgment and beyond
  • The process and standards for relocation modifications
  • The standard for modifying child support and maintenance based on a “substantial change in circumstances”
  • Conditions under which property division awards may be reopened, such as mistake or fraud
  • Actions that constitute contempt of court and requirements for purge conditions
Read More ↓

Christopher S. Krimmer is an attorney with Forward Legal Services, LLC in Madison. He has practiced law for over 24 years and exclusively in family law for over 20 years. He graduated from the University of Wisconsin Law School, cum laude, in 1997 and the University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee, magna cum laude, in 1994. Attorney Krimmer is a Fellow of the Wisconsin Law Foundation and a Fellow of the esteemed national American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers. He has been selected by the Wisconsin Law Journal as a Leader in the Law for his vision, experience, and leadership in advancing the legal profession’s understanding of the rights of gay men and lesbians. For four consecutive years, from 2014 to 2018, he was selected for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America in family law. 

In past years, Attorney Krimmer has repeatedly been selected for inclusion as a Rising Star in Super Lawyers by Law and Politics magazine. In 2013, he was selected for inclusion as a Super Professor for his work as an Adjunct Professor of Law at Marquette Law School, where he taught courses in Sexual Orientation and the Law and a workshop on Pretrial Skills for over a decade. Attorney Krimmer speaks extensively across the state and nationally on legal issues involving family law, estate planning, and same-sex relationships.

  • Understand legal standards and statutory requirements for post-judgment modifications
  • Examine statutory requirements and the process for relocating a child’s residence 
  • Learn the standard for modifying child support and maintenance
  • Identify the conditions under which a property division award may be reopened
  • Know how contempt of court is defined in family law actions
  • Explore best practices for dividing retirement accounts
  • Receive tips for provisions to include in Martial Settlement Agreements that help avoid issues or disputes between the parties after the divorce
  • Family lawyers
  • Established attorneys new to divorce
  • Experienced attorneys seeking a refresher on divorce
  • Attorneys looking to take GAL appointments 
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