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Show Me the Money: Financial Side of Divorce - FA052312

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Audio files, course materials, seminar evaluation form, and Verification Affidavit will be sent electronically once payment is processed.


Sponsored by: CT Bar Institute, Inc.
CLE Credit: 2.5 Hours

About the Program
This program will discuss certain financial aspects of a dissolution action. We will address the pitfalls all family lawyers should avoid in structuring financial settlements from an accountant’s perspective. We will also discuss how to understand and analyze financial documents in a dissolution action in order to best protect your client’s interests.

Program Faculty

David McGrath, Louden Legal Group LLC, Hartford

Aidan R. Welsh, Schoonmaker George Colin & Blomberg PC, Greenwich

 

Speakers:

Joseph A. DeCusati, CPA, ASA, CFE, Meyers Harrison & Pia LLC, New Haven

John F. Raspante, CPA, MST, CDFA SVP, Director of Risk Management, North American Professional Liability Insurance Agency LLC, Framingham, MA

Charles E. Strickland III, ASA, CFE, Meyers Harrison & Pia LLC, New Haven

 

Program Schedule

6:00     Introduction

6:10     Financial and Income Tax Considerations in Divorce

7:15     Understanding and Analyzing Financial Documents in a Dissolution Action

 

Who Should Purchase
This seminar is appropriate for young lawyers, general practitioners, and family lawyers.

 

This seminar is appropriate for both newly admitted and experienced attorneys.