The Dollars of Divorce Continuing Legal Education (CLE) Series addresses the financial issues of divorce from the perspective of a financial professional. Personal finance has become more complex than ever and the challenges of the financial circumstances presented by your divorcing clients can be formidable.
Courses are available On Demand for distance learning at your convenience. Registration is easy, using your credit or debit card, and you have unlimited replays available for review.
The clear, concise content is the collective result of having provided divorce financial consulting services on hundreds of cases, and nearly 200 CLE presentations, as well as discussions with attorneys, and other financial professionals.
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The Dollars of Divorce CLE Series is intended to enhance the attorney's understanding of financial issues in divorce, provide for improved client outcomes, and lead to increased client satisfaction with legal services. Consider the amount of time you spend talking about the money and the potential benefits of greater insight and understanding.
All courses are also approved for Continuing Mediation Education (CME) for Tennessee Rule 31 Family Mediators for General or Family Law credits.
Dollars of Divorce: Avoid Financial Pitfalls 2.0 hours
Why the financial aspects of divorce have suddenly become more complicated. What you can do to avoid critical tax traps and related ultimate consequences to your client. Gain the negotiating advantage with simple dynamic illustrations.
Dollars of Divorce: 2017 Tax Reform 2.0 hours
Get up to speed on the most significant Federal tax reform in over thirty years. Focus on new tax brackets and rates, taxation of alimony, allowed/disallowed deductions, new importance of filing status and standard deductions, many child related tax issues.
Dollars of Divorce: Retirement Issues 2.0 hours
The divorce rate among older Americans, age 55+, has doubled during the past decade. Understanding retirement financial issues has become more critical for these clients who have little time to recover financially. Special section on Social Security.