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When Division is a Must: Practical Strategies in Challenging Family Law Cases - Webinar

  • ID: 3904734
  • Webinar
  • November 2016
  • Region: Global
  • 90 Minutes
  • Lorman Business Center, Inc.
Family law cases can be tricky. Be aware of tax traps, hidden assets, and valuation methods to ensure you meet your clients’ expectations.

Many family law professionals who are required to prepare financial exhibits often do not fully understand how to uncover hidden or concealed assets or income. This topic helps the persons responsible for preparing such financial exhibits understand how first to establish a strategy to identify such hidden or concealed items, and then how to understand the process required for quantifying the amount. The material also explains the method required for analyzing the tax traps inherent in a financial settlement in a family law case. The most common error family law professionals make is to assume that there are no negative or positive tax aspects to an item that is being retained by one spouse solely. It has often led to incorrectly valuing an item by many thousands of dollars. This information is critical for family law professionals engaged in marital dissolutions so they can ensure their financial exhibits are equitable and assists in identifying the types of items that require further analysis to meet the expectations of their clients.
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Current Issues in Valuation of Marital Estate
- Valuation Methods
- Trapped Assets/Deferred Assets
- Assets Excluded From Marital Estate

Income Analysis: The Most Common Strategies to Uncover Concealed Income
- Tracing Analysis to Determine If Funds Have Been Fraudulently Transferred
- Is It Deductible? Understanding the Difference Between a Non-Deductible Expense and a Company Fringe Benefit
- When All Else Fails, Employ IRS Tactics (I.E. Lifestyle Analysis)

Tax Tips to Consider in Drafting the Agreement
- Division of Tax Liability/Deferred Tax Assets (I.E. Refunds/Carry Over Losses)
- Determining the Net After Tax Value of Assets, so You Can Compare Different Type Assets
- Separation of Liability/Innocent Spouse Relief
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Elgin Polo, Kabat, Schertzer, De La Torre & Taraboulos & Co., LLC
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This webinar is primarily designed for attorneys. Other legal professionals may also benefit from attending.
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