Divorce attorneys who understand the fundamentals of accounting often have an edge over their opponents.
The numbers contained in financial statements, general ledgers and tax returns can paint a telling picture, often serving as compelling evidence when making a case for valuing, classifying and dividing marital assets, as well as proving the existence of hidden assets and determining income for alimony or child support.
Join CPA and valuation expert Richard Wolf, CPA/ABV, CFE, CVA, as he reviews accounting and tax basics and boils down what attorneys should be looking at.
At this seminar, you'll learn:
Bring your appetite! Breakfast is on us.
Richard Wolf, CPA/ABV, CFE, CVA, is a partner at Gross, Mendelsohn & Associates. He has 20+ years of experience in public accounting. He provides forensic and litigation support to divorce attorneys and helps lead the firm’s divorce seminar series.