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Financial Aspects of Divorce

Financial statements, individual and business tax returns

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    All divorce cases involve numbers. Whether it’s entering numbers on a client’s financial statement or the undertaking of a forensic analysis or a business valuation, you need to understand the math. This program helps family law attorneys interpret financial statements and teaches you how to read individual and business tax returns. The panel discusses examples including understanding a balance sheet, the difference between income and cash flow, and differences of depreciation on a tax return compared to a financial statement. Key terms are explained, such as K-1 income, distributions, cash v. accrual, and many more.

    Ranging from the most basic financial statements to interpreting nuances between business entities, family law attorneys need to be ready to take on the numbers. This program prepares you to describe different terms such as cash v. accrual accounting, accelerated v. book depreciation, and net income v. distributions v. cash flow. Gain the understanding you need before your next client walks in your door and feel confident that you understand the numbers and are able to explain them to the judge!

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