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North Carolina Child Support Calculator - 2015 Download - FREE 10-day Trial
We are pleased to offer a FREE 10-day trial of the completely new subscription-based child support software,* developed by NC attorney and NCBA Family Law Section member Ketan Soni.
This new software:
Provides child support calculations for lawyers, judges and mediators pursuant to the 2015 North Carolina Child Support Guidelines (effective January 1, 2015).
Is in a new and improved format, making it easier than ever to use.
For the first time, is available as a digital annual subscription.
Is compatible with both PC and MAC.
Provides two licenses with each subscription, allowing you to install the software on two devices or to share with your paralegal.
Is in a download format only and is available immediately once purchased.
*In order to download and use the PC version of this software, you must have Microsoft Excel 2007 or newer. In order to download and use the MAC version of this software, you must have Microsoft Excel 2011 or newer.
Please follow the below instructions to access your FREE 10-day trial download of the 2015 Child Support Calculator software:
1. If you have not already done so, please login to your account.
2. Click on "Add to Cart" under Products at the bottom right of this page.
3. Proceed to the cart and click "Check Out."
Once you have completed the checkout process,click herefor instructions on how to download the software to your computer.
For additional information on using this software, please click the below links to view instructional videos:
Retiring Well: Developing Strategies for a Successful Transition
Cary | NC Bar Center
Friday, September 25, 2015
Registration: 8:15a Program: 8:55a-4:30p
Also Available via Live Webcast
Click on the "In Depth" tab for tuition, location and speaker information.
"Lawyers are not very good at retiring."
This statement gives rise to an intriguing in-depth program studying issues related to retirement planning, normal aging, and cognitive impairment. Lawyers are practicing longer because we are living longer. Gone are the days where one could assume that death and retirement were hand in hand.
This program is designed to explore challenges being faced in all professions, the impact of cognitive impairment and of normal aging on lawyers’ competency, and to challenge lawyers to prepare for and look forward to life in retirement.
Retiring Well – Physically, mentally and emotionally preparing for retirement.
Protecting clients and the profession from lawyers practicing too long in terms of competency.
Examining the signs and symptoms of cognitive decline – normal aging v. cognitive impairment.
Positive News – Thoughts, ideas and suggestions for positively approaching retirement and for retiring well.
Ways the legal profession can support its members in learning how to retire well.
About the guest speaker: Join keynote speaker Meryl Comer, award-winning TV business reporter and New York Times best-selling author of Slow Dancing with a Stranger: Lost and Found in The Age of Alzheimer’s, as she shares an unvarnished account of her physician husband’s early onset battle with Alzheimer’s disease, one of today’s most pressing and least-understood global health epidemics. No one over 50 is immune from this fatal neurodegenerative disease for which there is no cure or disease modifying therapies. Ms. Comer serves as President and CEO at the Geoffrey Beene Foundation Alzheimer’s Initiative in Washington D.C. The Alzheimer’s Initiative is leading efforts to fund innovative projects that advance awareness, diagnosis and research in early stages of Alzheimer’s disease.
War of the Roses in the Digital Age, Part II: The Roses Go to Court (2015 Family Law Fall Program)
Greensboro | Grandover Resort and Conference Center
Friday, September 11, 2015
Registration: 8:30a Program: 8:55a-4:15p
Also Available via Video Replay.
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In 2013, we brought you War of the Roses in the Digital Age: A Hypothetical Family Law Case along with the interplay of their exploding marriage in the age of electronic evidence and social media. Now, in 2015, the Roses are going to court.
This program features the how-to’s of litigating a case with electronic evidence. The manuscript (delivered electronically, of course) features practical information including sample complaints, discovery and sample bench briefs with legal research and analysis.
The program includes insightful presentations by the diverse panel and video highlights of the “actual” trial of Rose v. Rose.