Jeralyn is a speaker on the panel of experts today for Third Party Issues in Family Law at 3:00 PM.
When interviewed about her divorce from Prince Charles, Princess Diana famously said, “There were three people in this marriage so, you see, it was a bit crowded.” Of course, she was referring to Camilla Parker-Bowles but a third party isn’t only a spouse’s lover. A third-party can be grandparents, step-parents, the girlfriend or boyfriend of one of the parents, closely held corporations or any other entity that affects the outcome of a family law case.
This seasoned panel will explore third party issues and how to deal with them so that you can obtain the best outcome for your clients.
• Addressing notice of correspondent vs impleading correspondent as a third party
• Discovery of third parties in divorce cases, use of 3rd party income and 3rd party support obligations
• Service of out of state subpoenas and the Uniform Deposition Act
• Third parties and college allocation costs
• Uniform Transfers to Minors Act vs. 529 plans
• How and when to exercise third party jurisdiction and how to address the gift/loan from a family member
• How to interplead into a third party case
• Grandparent and third party visitation issues
• Specific scenarios such including:
– Husband transfers assets to girlfriend
– Mom dies and grandparents fight for custody of child because Dad is living with his girlfriend out of state