Finding income and assets hidden by the opposing party in a family law case is an important and challenging task. Critical to an attorney’s success in finding the “buried treasure” is a sophisticated knowledge of what to look for and where to look, as well as how to read financial documents once you find them. This valuable half-day course is a veritable “treasure map” for family law attorneys. Taught by some of Pennsylvania’s most notable family law attorneys and accountants, this course tells you in simple terms what financial information you need to look for in a divorce or support case, how to look for it and what to do with the financial information you find in order to win your case.
How attorneys and accountants can work together in a family law case
The information and documents you need for your divorce or support case
How to read tax returns, financial statements and other financial documents
How to use tax returns, financial statements and other financial documents to prove your case
Winning techniques for direct and cross examination of an accountant in court