Union Bank announces Silverman new CEO, other promotions

first_imgUnion Bank,Kenneth D Gibbons, Chairman of Union Bankâ s Board of Directors, has announced the promotions that took place at the Bankâ s Annual Meeting held on May 16, 2012. David S Silverman, President of the Union Bank was promoted to Chief Executive Officer, the final step in a succession plan for leadership that began in 2010. Silverman was also promoted to Chief Executive Officer of Union Bankshares, Inc.Silverman began employment with the Bank in 1986 and progressed through numerous departments and positions to his current Bank position of President. Silverman previously held positions as Senior Vice President (1994), Senior Commercial Lender (1999) and Senior Loan Officer (2008). He became President of Union Bankshares, Inc. in April 2011 and had previously been a Vice President of Union Bankshares since 2008.Silverman is an active member of the community, currently serving as Treasurer of Copley Professional Services Group d/b/a Community Health Services of Lamoille Valley, a non-profit primary health care organization.  Mr. Silverman is also currently serving on the Board of the Lamoille Economic Development Corporation (LEDC) and on the Executive Committee of Vermont Bankerâ s Association. He has also held the positions of Treasurer and Executive Committee Member of the Stowe Area Association, Member of the Morristown/Morrisville Development Review Board, Commissioner of the Town of Hardwick Electric Department, and has served on the Board of Directors of Lamoille County Mental Health. He also volunteered as an Umpire for Little League and Babe Ruth Baseball in Lamoille County.Stephen H. Kendall was promoted to Senior Vice President, Retail Lending and will become a member of the senior management team. Kendall currently serves as the Senior Retail Officer. He has been with Union Bank since January 2002 and in the banking industry for more than two decades. A native Vermonter, Kendall is on the Board of the Lyric Theatre Company and resides in Shelburne.In addition, five employees were promoted to the officer level. Barbara J. Churchill, Loan Servicing Manager; Jennifer Degree, Electronic Banking Manager; Jessica Eastman, Retail Loan Underwriter; and Lesley R. Russ, Loan Review and Internal Auditor were promoted to Assistant Treasurer. Paul Grogan was promoted to Facilities Officer.Judy R. Smith, Branch Manager for the Bankâ s St. Albans office and Claire Hindes, Branch Manager for the Bankâ s main branch in Morrisville were promoted to Vice President.Union Bank, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Union Bankshares, Inc. (UNB, traded on the NASDAQ Exchange), has been helping people buy homes and local businesses create jobs in area communities since 1891. Headquartered in Morrisville, VT, Union Bank is a full service bank offering deposit, loan, trust and commercial banking services throughout northern Vermont and northwestern New Hampshire. Union Bank has earned an outstanding reputation for residential lending programs and is an SBA Preferred Lender.Proud to be one of the few community banks serving Vermont and New Hampshire, Union Bank maintains a strong commitment to traditional values. In particular, Union Bank is dedicated to providing genuine customer service and community support, donating tens of thousands of dollars to local nonprofits annually. These valuesâ combined with financial expertise, quality products and the latest technologyâ make Union Bank the premier choice for your banking services, both personal and commercial. Union Bank currently maintains 18 banking offices and 34 ATMs. Member FDIC. Equal Housing Lender.Caption: David Silverman, President and Chief Executive Officer, Union Banklast_img read more

Amendments dealing with child support orders

first_img The Florida Bar’s Family Law Rules Committee (committee) has submitted to the Florida Supreme Court a report responding to the Court’s request that the committee consider a family law rule of procedure addressing orders establishing, enforcing, or modifying child support and/or alimony and a support summary form proposed by the Florida Supreme Court Steering Committee on Families and Children in the Court. The committee’s report recommended against adoption of the rule and form but offered an alternative draft rule and form for the Court’s consideration. Draft rule 12.755 sets forth requirements for support orders and requires the use of the draft form, a support summary sheet. The Court invites all interested persons to comment on the draft rule and form, which are reproduced in full below, as well as online at http://www.floridasupremecourt.org/decisions/proposed.shtml. An original and nine paper copies of all comments must be filed with the Court on or before January 15, 2010, with a certificate of service verifying that a copy has been served on the committee chair, Jack A. Moring, 7655 W. Gulf to Lake Hwy, Suite 12, Crystal River, FL 34429-7910, as well as a separate request for oral argument if the person filing the comment wishes to participate in oral argument, which may be scheduled in this case. The committee chair has until February 5, 2010, to file a response to any comments filed with the Court. Electronic copies of all comments also must be filed in accordance with the Court’s administrative order In re Mandatory Submission of Electronic Copies of Documents, Fla. Admin. Order No. AOSC04-84 (Sept. 13, 2004). IN THE SUPREME COURT OF FLORIDA IN RE AMENDMENTS TO THE FLORIDA FAMILY LAW RULES OF PROCEDURE – SUPPORT SUMMARY SHEET RULE AND FORM, SC09-2039 RULE 12.755 SUPPORT ORDERS; SUPPORT SUMMARY SHEET (a) Required Findings. Every court order or judgment that establishes, enforces, or modifies child support and/or alimony shall clearly state, among other findings of fact and conclusions of law, the following: < p> (1) That the court has jurisdiction over the subject matter and parties. < p> (2) That there is a need for child support and/or alimony and the obligor has the ability to pay. < p> (3) The identity of the custodian of the children and who provides the primary residence of the children. < p> (4) Other than in enforcement proceedings, the mother and father’s net monthly income, percentage of support guidelines for which each is responsible or applicable amount under section 61.30, Florida Statutes, monthly child care costs, and health and dental insurance costs. < p> (5) The identity of the obligor and amount of child support and/or alimony he or she is obligated to pay. < p> (6) The obligor’s child support and/or alimony payment schedule. < p> (7) The date on which child support and/or alimony payments shall begin and end. < p> (8) Written factual findings to support the court’s determination if child support payment deviates more than 5% above or below the guideline amount under section 61.30, Florida Statutes. < p> (9) Whether child support arrearages or the need for retroactive child support exists and < p> (A) the amount of child support arrearage or retroactive child support due and the date on which such amounts were determined; < p> (B) the obligor’s total child support arrearage and retroactive support payment; < p> (C) the obligor’s support arrearage and retroactive support payment schedule; and < p> (D) the date on which child support arrearage and retroactive support payments will begin and end. < p> (10) Whether health care coverage for the children is reasonably available and < p> (A) the identity of the party obligated to maintain health and dental insurance coverage of the minor children and/or spouse; and < p> (B) the apportioned cost, to both parties, of health care coverage and noncovered medical, dental, and prescription medication expenses of the children. < p> (11) Whether either party is required to maintain life insurance to secure the child support and/or alimony obligation and, if so, < p> (A) the identity of the party obligated to maintain life insurance on his or her life, amount of coverage he or she shall maintain, and identity of the life insurance beneficiaries; and < p> (B) the date on which insurance coverage shall begin and end. < p> (12) Which party shall claim the dependency tax exemptions for the children. < p> (13) The method of payment; whether directly to the State Disbursement Unit, along with any depository service charge, or findings to support the court’s determination that support payments need not be directed through the State Disbursement Unit. < p> (14) Whether the obligor shall pay immediately though a separate income deduction order or if use of such method will be deferred until a specific amount of child support becomes delinquent and, if deferred, findings to support the court’s determination that income deduction is not being implemented immediately. < p> (15) The percentage the obligor shall pay of his or her bonus or one-time payments to the obligee pursuant to the payment method prescribed by the court for child support payments. < p> (16) Whether attorneys’ fees, costs, and suit money are granted or denied and, if granted, < p> (A) whether a need for and ability to pay attorneys’ fees, costs, and suit money exists; < p> (B) the identity of the party obligated to pay fees, costs, and suit money and the amount of the fees, costs, and suit money; and < p> (C) the reasonable hourly rate which the court used to determine the attorneys’ fees award, if applicable. < p>(b) Support Summary Sheet. On receipt or completion of an order that establishes, enforces, or modifies child support and/or alimony, the initiating party to the action shall complete and attach to the final judgment Florida Family Law Rule of Procedure Form 12.997, Support Summary Sheet. A copy of the Support Summary Sheet shall be transmitted by the court or under its direction to all parties and the clerk with and at the time of entry of each order that establishes, enforces, or modifies child support and/or alimony. INSTRUCTIONS FOR FLORIDA FAMILY LAW RULE OF PROCEDURE FORM 12.997, SUPPORT SUMMARY SHEET When should this form be used? Florida Family Law Rule of Procedure 12.755(b) requires that this form be completed whenever an order establishing, enforcing, or modifying support is entered. This form should be typed or printed in black ink. What should I do next? This form is to be attached to the final judgment or order establishing, enforcing, or modifying support and transmitted by the court or under its direction to the parties and the clerk of the circuit court . Where can I look for more information? Before proceeding, you should read “General Information for Self-Represented Litigants” found in the beginning of these forms. The words that are in “ bold underline ” in these instructions are there. For further information, see sections 61.13 and 61.30, Florida Statutes, and Florida Family Law Rule of Procedure 12.755. Special notes. . . Remember, a person who is NOT an attorney is called a nonlawyer. If a nonlawyer helps you fill out these forms, that person must give you a copy of Disclosure from Nonlawyer, Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure Form 12.900(a), before he or she helps you. A nonlawyer helping you fill out these forms must also put his or her name, address, and telephone number on the bottom of the last page of every form he or she helps you complete. Amendments dealing with child support orders Amendments dealing with child support orders IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR COUNTY, FLORIDA Case No.: Division: IN RE: THE MARRIAGE OF , Husband and , Wife SUPPORT SUMMARY SHEET THIS DOCUMENT IS NOT AN ORDER . IT IS FOR ADMINISTRATIVE USE BY THE CLERK. IT DOES NOT ESTABLISH OR MODIFY THE RIGHTS OFANY PARTY. USE OF THIS FORM IS REQUIRED BY FLORIDA FAMILY LAW RULE OF PROCEDURE 12.755. Date order entered: Child Support [ √ all that apply] Temporary (Modification __yes __no) Final (Modification __yes __no) Enforcement Alimony [ √ all that apply] Temporary (Modification __yes __no) __Rehabilitative_____Permanent < p> Final (Modification __yes __no) Enforcement An action came before the Court on {date}_______________ in regard to the following child(ren) and parent(s)/custodian(s) on the following action [ √ all that apply and fill in all blanks] ___ Domestic Violence ___ Administrative Support ___ Dissolution of Marriage ___ Dependency ___ Paternity ___ Support Unconnected with Dissolution of Marriage. Children: Name Date of Birth Social Security No. Payee(s): Name Address: Date of birth: Social Security No.: Name Address: Date of birth: Social Security No.: Payor(s): Name Address: Date of birth: Social Security No.: Current employer: Name Address: Date of birth: Social Security No.: Current employer: [ √ if applies] Payor Payee is protected by an injunction for protection. 1. Total Court Ordered ALIMONY PAYMENT: $ [ √ all that apply and fill in all blanks] □ Alimony Lump Sum Periodic payments Total amount $ (including fees and interest) Payment: $ Start as of {date} Stop on {date or event} Frequency: Weekly Monthly Twice Monthly Every other week 1st and 15th 15th and 30th □ Retroactive Alimony Total amount $ (including fees and interest) Payment: $ Start as of {date} and stop on full payment □ Arrearages Total amount as of {date} : $ (including fees and interest) Payment $ Start as of {date}: and stop on full payment 2. Total Court Ordered CHILD SUPPORT: $ [ √ all that apply and fill in all blanks] □ Child Support Total amount: $ (including fees and interest) Payment: $ Start as of {date} Stop on: Children becoming 18 years old Children graduating from high school no later than age 19 by further court order by agreement of the parties Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure Form 12.997, Support Summary Sheet (–/09) Frequency: Weekly Monthly Twice Monthly Every other week 1st and 15th 15th and 30th □ Health Insurance [ √ responsible party] Petitioner Respondent Percentage of noncovered medical expenses % Petitioner % Respondent □ Retroactive Support Total amount: $ (including fees and interest) Payment: $ Start as of {date} Stop on full payment □ Arrearages Total amount: $ as of {date} Payment: $ Start as of {date} Stop on full payment < p>[ √ all that apply and fill in all blanks] < p> 3. OTHER PAYMENTS Court Ordered: Due for {insert reason} Payment of $__________ will start on {date} ___________ and stop on full payments. TOTAL (other payments): $____________ < p> 4. TOTAL SERVICE CHARGE: 4% of each payment, not to exceed $5.25: $ < p>GRAND TOTAL PAYMENT (1 + 2 + 3 + 4) : $_____________ < p>MANNER OF PAYMENT: [ √ all that apply and fill in all blanks] < p>___ THROUGH STATE DISBURSEMENT UNIT: The first payment shall be due on {date} and is payable to the State of Florida Disbursement Unit, PO Box 8500 Tallahassee, FL 32314-8500. Include the COUNTY, COURT CASE NUMBER, and NAME of the person to whom the payment is being made, and your NAME AND SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER, on each payment. ___ DIRECT PAYMENT: All child support, alimony, or other support, included in any court order shall be paid directly to: {name} at {address}: ___ Temporarily __ Permanently. {Start and end date} IF A NONLAWYER HELPED YOU FILL OUT THIS FORM, HE/SHE MUST FILL IN THE BLANKS BELOW: [fill in all blanks] I, {full legal name and trade name of nonlawyer}, a nonlawyer, located at {street}, {city}, {state}, {phone}, helped {name}, who is the [ √ one only] petitioner or respondent, fill out this form. December 15, 2009 Noticeslast_img read more