| Bundle of 5: Financial Litigation Specialty: Matrimonial Litigation
Program Type: Recorded Webinar (Audio, PPT Presentation)
Program Level: Basic
Prerequisites: Previous training or experience with the fundamentals of accounting, finance, economics, and business writing.
Advanced Preparation: None
Delivery Method: Group Internet-Based
CPE Credits: Fifteen (15) Hours
Fields of Study: Accounting
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This is a bundled webinar series of 5 parts, three hours each.
Part 1: Fundamentals Of Matrimonial Litigation And How We Provide Services
Part 2: Forensic Accounting in Matrimonial Cases
Part 3: Organizing Your Work and Reporting Your Findings
Part 4: Valuation Issues in Matrimonial Engagements
Part 5: Tax Considerations in Divorce
Divorce rates have been rising due to certain problems like incompatibility between couples, infidelity, lack of trust and understanding, and financial pressures. Financial consultants who want to branch into the area of matrimonial litigation need to understand and perform unique analyses specific to matrimonial disputes.
In these specialty Webinars, attendees will learn valuation, tax, and forensic accounting issues that are unique to matrimonial engagements and how to get started, including developing their work plan, documenting their analysis, and writing reports. Attendees will learn how to provide analysis related to income available for support/maintenance, lifestyle of the parties or children, under-reported income, and financial issues in high net-worth cases. Attendees will also be introduced to a number of tools and practical applications that can be used to ascertain income and assets.
These Webinars will also cover the application of valuation concepts and tax considerations in family law matters; valuation issues common to divorce litigation, including valuation methods, standards of value, stock options, retirement assets, and goodwill; tax concepts germane to family law; and how to avoid common mistakes.
After completing this webinar, attendees will be able to:
- Identify and utilize data-gathering techniques
- Interpret tax returns to determine economic income and identifiable assets
- Investigate financial records to uncover hidden assets and unreported income
- Perform an analysis of household spending
- Compare and employ the appropriate standard of value
- Identify appropriate valuation approaches and methods in family law matters
- Identify and implement optimal property distribution strategies
- Discuss tax consequences related to income, support, and property distribution
Who Should Attend
CPAs, valuation experts, economists, and other financial professionals who render services designed to assist in the resolution of legal disputes involving financial matters
Harold Deiters, III