In many divorce cases, an advanced degree in mathematics seems necessary to effectively advocate on behalf of a client. The valuation and division of complex assets, such as closely held businesses, trust interests and stock options, and restricted stock and other equity compensation can be challenging and intimidating. Tax consequences need to be identified and brought to the Court's attention. Clients need to be educated on what they can and cannot expect to receive by way of assets in their divorce judgment. The potential for missteps is ever present.
Don't let the numbers intimidate you! Learn from an expert faculty and acquire the knowledge you need to sort out sophisticated issues of asset division in your next divorce case.
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