Family Law Financial Forensics 2017
Your road map to an advantageous order of support
- Product Number: 2170110WBC
CLE Credits, earn up to:
4 substantive credits, 0 ethics credits CLE Credit Note
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Take strategic action when faced with issues relative to net worth in the division of marital assets
One of the most contentious financial issues in a pending divorce is determining how much income is available for support. As soon as you hear the words ‘hiding income,’ the red flag is immediately raised, and your case grows far more complicated. And the satisfaction of any client is intricately tied to the financial outcome of their case.
This program is designed to pinpoint each of the steps you need to take to accurately determine income. The first and most important step in determining any support order begins with discovery. Our panel of experts lays out a road map to guide you through discovery: How and when should you use financial experts? What are proper and effective uses of depositions and interrogatories? How to evaluate the need for a forensic investigation, and how to comprehend what a forensic investigation entails and reveals?
Once you’ve found the money, the next question becomes what to do with it. This seminar answers questions about the impact of a needs based support order as opposed to a straight percentage of income analysis, and looks into advantages and traps of unallocated support orders, including buyout of alimony; lump sum payments; and attribution of stock based compensation awards. Finally, the program closes with a discussion on drafting and revisiting support orders. If you practice family law, you need to know this. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from the best!
Agenda & Materials
1:00 - 1:10
Welcome and IntroductionPanel
1:10 - 1:45
1:45 - 3:00
3:00 - 3:15
Networking and Refreshment BreakPanel
3:15 - 4:00
4:00 - 4:45
4:45 - 5:00
"Ask the Experts" Q&A SessionPanel
Special Program Materials:
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