Cryptocurrency, NFTs, and Divorce (2024 Edition)

Stephanie L. Tang
Stephanie L. Tang | Baylor Law School

Stephanie L. Tang is an Assistant Professor of Law at Baylor Law School, teaching Family Law.

On-Demand: May 3, 2024

Cryptocurrency, NFTs, and Divorce (2024 Edition)

$195.00 1.5 hour CLE

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Program Summary

This program will provide you with background information on cryptocurrency and NFTs so you can learn techniques to identify, trace, value, and divide them in your next divorce case. The CLE will discuss recommendations for attorneys in negotiations where parties desire to divide cryptocurrency or offset the value of cryptocurrency with another asset in a divorce proceeding.

This course is co-sponsored with myLawCLE.

Key topics to be discussed:

  • History of cryptocurrency
  • How to obtain or exchange cryptocurrency
  • How to obtain or exchange NFTs
  • Suggestions for discovery requests and final orders regarding cryptocurrency/NFTs

Closed-captioning available

Speakers

Stephanie L. Tang_FedBarStephanie L. Tang | Baylor Law School

Stephanie L. Tang is an Assistant Professor of Law at Baylor Law School, teaching Family Law. Before joining Baylor, Professor Tang was a Partner at a family law firm in Chicago, where she specialized in all areas of family law. She obtained multiple certifications as a mediator, fellow with Collaborative Divorce Illinois, and a Certified Financial Litigator with the American Academy for Certified Financial Litigators. Professor Tang received a B.A. in Psychology and Legal Studies with Honors from Northwestern University in 2012. She then graduated from University of Illinois College of Law in 2015, Magna Cum Laude with pro bono notation. Professor Tang is the immediate past Chair of the Illinois State Bar Association Family Law Section Council

Agenda

I. History of cryptocurrency | 12:00pm – 12:30pm

II. How to obtain or exchange cryptocurrency | 12:30pm – 1:00pm

Break | 1:00pm – 1:10pm

III. How to obtain or exchange NFTs | 1:10pm – 1:25pm

IV. Suggestions for discovery requests and final orders regarding cryptocurrency/NFTs | 1:25pm – 1:40pm