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Divorce: Keeping It Separate (4152729A)
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One of the most difficult aspects of divorce is deciding who gets what. As property can be divided into two categories community and separate learn the definitions of the two categories; discover common errors and misconceptions related to separate property; and explore how trusts, prenuptial agreements and business agreements factor into the separation of property.

7/17/2015
When: 07/17/2015
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Where: Webcast/Webinar
Presenter: Donald A. Glenn
Contact: April Deneault
801-834-6634


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One of the most difficult aspects of divorce is deciding who gets what. As property can be divided into two categories community and separate learn the definitions of the two categories; discover common errors and misconceptions related to separate property; and explore how trusts, prenuptial agreements and business agreements factor into the separation of property.

  

Objectives: 

Identify differences between separate and community property.
Determine how separate property is converted to community property.
Recognize techniques to prevent community property and separate property.

 

Major Subjects:

Separate and community property
How personal efforts affect separate property
Commingling and bank accounts
Techniques to keep property separate

 

Designed For:

CPAs advising clients that have separate property and want to understand the methods of preventing separate property from becoming community property.

 

Prerequisite: Two years experience in family law.

 

Advanced Prep: None

  

Speaker: Donald A. Glenn

Vendor: CalCPA

Field of Study: Business Law

Level:  Intermediate

CPE Credit: 2 hours

Acronym: DKS

 

Registration Fees:

Members: $70

Nonmembers: $94

 

Meet the Speaker:

Donald A. Glenn is a partner with Glenn & Burak, LLP in Walnut Creek. He has over 30 years of accounting and consulting experience with privately held companies, individuals and attorneys, and is frequently a court-appointed expert in California Superior and Federal Bankruptcy Courts. Glenn is an instructor for CalCPA and AICPA, and a professor of financial forensics at Golden Gate University where he serves as an advisory board member for its forensic accounting program. He is an editor and co-author of Family Law Services Handbook: The Role of the Financial Expert (Wiley) and Forensic Accounting for Divorce Engagements: A Practical Guide(AICPA), a co-author of Litigation Services Handbook: The Role of the Financial Expert (Wiley), and the author of numerous published articles.

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