I am co-presenting with Michelle Haskin of McNamee, Lochner, Titus & Williams “Forensic Accounting Tips & Tales Of Resolving Financial Disputes In Matrimonial Matters,” a 2 hour CLE on April 16 sponsored by the Albany County Bar Association.This presentation is geared towards attorneys who have a matrimonial practice.
The program description follows.
Forensic Accounting Tips & Tales Of Resolving Financial Disputes In Matrimonial Matters
Please join us for a lunch seminar on Thursday, April 16 from 12 – 2 pm if you have ever thought…
…what are their sources of income?
…is it all reported and accounted for?
…why isn’t the taxable income from the business the same as the distributions they received?
…how much money do they take out of the business each year?
…how much of their personal expenses were paid for by the business?
…how much is really available for child and spousal support?
…are all the ownership interests identified?
…where did the money come from for that investment?
…is this separate property claim accurate or was there commingling?
Identifying potential areas of concern is essential to ensuring your client’s best interests. But after any of the questions above arise, how do you figure out the finances in family law matters? Filled with real world examples, this program will include techniques utilized to conduct forensic accounting investigations and tips on resolving these financial issues that commonly arise in divorces.
To register online or learn more, go to the Albany County Bar Association website.