FAMILY LAW FOR LICENSED PARALEGAL PRACTITIONERS (LPP)

Dates:April 1 - June 30, 2019
Meets:Online Course
Hours:60.00
CEUs:6.00
Location:Online
Instructor:Sharee Laidlaw
Fee: $500.00

Description

The course is required for anyone planning to take the LPP Family Law Licensing Exam offered by the Utah State Bar. The course provides a brief overview of Utah statutes rules and other laws governing relationships between married couples and their relationship with their offspring. This includes basic elements of marriage, divorce, alimony, property distribution and child custody. The course places an emphasis on substantive law, forms and procedures utilized by LPP’s in assisting people going through divorce, child custody and other family-law matters in Utah. Ideally, students will take this course shortly after completing 1500 hours as a paralegal (with 500 focused on family law) and shortly before taking the licensing exam. For all of the requirements to become a Licensed Paralegal Practitioner, please see Rule 15-703 of the Utah Rules of Professional Responsibility for LPP’s. THIS COURSE IS NOT A PREPATORY COURSE FOR THE LPP FAMILY LAW LICENSING EXAM OFFERED BY THE UTAH STATE BAR. ACCESS TO THIS COURSE WILL END JULY 19, 2019. ETHICAL RULES FOR LICENSED PARALEGAL PRACTITIONERS is required for anyone planning to practice as an LPP in Utah and must be completed before taking the LPP Ethics Licensing Exam offered by the Utah State Bar.

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