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High-Stakes Divorce




coin-pilesDivorce Do’s and Don’ts for Business Owners and High-Net-Worth Individuals

Faculty Member: Marta J. Papa, Divorce Attorney and Mediator

Whether you are a business owner or have a high net worth, there are special considerations you must keep in mind when going through a divorce. In this podcast, divorce attorney and mediator Marta J. Papa outlines some do’s and don’ts – including keeping your financial information private and hiring the right experts to handle your divorce. More

Complex Issues in High-Asset Divorce Casesgavel-money

Faculty Member: Sonya K. Zeigler, New Jersey Family Lawyer

When a lot of assets are at stake during a divorce, parties may be faced with having to handle complex issues — including dividing marital property and keeping financial information private. Whether you have a high net worth, a business, or own numerous assets, you will gain a deeper understanding of what to expect as you go through the divorce process. More

grey_couple_financialThe Divorce Process in Illinois for Financially Complex Cases

Faculty Member: Candace L. Meyers, Family Law Attorney

In cases involving high-net-worth individuals or business owners, the divorce process can become quite complex. Listeners in Illinois will gain a deeper understanding of what to expect while going through the process and what steps to take to protect one’s business and assets. More

mom-with-son11 Things You Need to Know About Child Custody and Parenting Time

Faculty Member: Abigale M. Stolfe, New Jersey Family Lawyer

When going through a divorce involving children, parents are faced with numerous complex issues. From the factors courts consider when granting custody to how custody and child support is decided for unwed parents, family lawyer Abigale Stolfe outlines the top issues and offers tips related to child custody and parenting time. More

International Divorce: Custody and Jurisdictionfather_sad_child2

Faculty Member: John K. Grubb, Family Law Attorney, MBA (accounting and finance)

When borders are involved, child custody issues become more complex. In this podcast, John K. Grubb discusses international divorce and family law and outlines the options and rights of parents who do not live in the same country. More

mediation_couplelHigh-Stakes Divorce and Mediation

Faculty Member: Hon. Michele F. Lowrance (Ret.), Family Law Mediator and Attorney

When a couple is faced with contentious child custody and financial issues during a divorce, hiring a family lawyer and going to court may seem like the only option. However, it is possible to find solutions to these issues without going to court. Michele Lowrance outlines the benefits of mediation in a high-stakes divorce. More

property divisionProperty Division and Alimony in High-Net-Worth Divorce Cases

Faculty Member: John K. Grubb, Family Law Attorney, MBA (accounting and finance)

This session looks at how an experienced lawyer can help business professionals secure assets, property, and income – or how the non-monied spouse can be sure they’re getting the property and support (alimony and/or child support) they’re entitled to receive.  John Grubb explains the difference between community and separate property, and how courts determine the distribution of assets in Texas. More

property divisionProperty Division and Bankruptcy Issues in Florida

Faculty Member: Ginger L. Dugan, Florida Family Lawyer

When assets and debts must be divided in a divorce, there are many issues that may come up. When a spouse files for bankruptcy, it can have an impact on the division process. Ginger L. Dugan discusses everything divorcing Floridians need to know about property division and bankruptcy. More

high-net-worth clientDivorce and the High-Net-Worth Client: Issues and Opportunities

Faculty MemberVeralynn Morris,  Certified Divorce Financial Analyst® (CDFA®)

This session examines the special considerations for high-net-worth clients  during divorce, including: the most common mistakes made during asset division; how to preserve money or property that was inherited during the marriage; and the role that marital lifestyle plays in the division of assets and/or determination of alimony and child support. More

children and divorceLegal Issues Pertaining to Children During and After Divorce

Faculty MemberNissa M. Ricafort, Parenting Coordinator and Family Law Group Partner

During and after a divorce, the most common legal issues couples face are related to children. Coming to an agreement on child support, child custody, and visitation can be difficult when emotions are running high. Family lawyer Nissa M. Ricafort discusses what parents should keep in mind regarding children and divorce.More

angry girlParental Alienation: How to Detect, Prevent, and Overcome Its Effects

Faculty MemberDr. Benjamin Garber, licensed psychologist and parenting coordinator

Dr. Garber details symptoms and behaviors in your children that can help you determine whether or not the other parent is intentionally trying to turn them against you, and offers concerned parents advice to prevent or at least mitigate the effects of parental alienation. More

fraud and divorceFraud and Divorce: Is Your Spouse Stealing Your Future?

Faculty Member: Peggy L. Tracy, Certified Fraud Examiner, Certified Divorce Financial Analyst®, Certified Financial Planner®

If you suspect your spouse of marital fraud or hiding assets during your divorce, there are important steps that can be taken to prevent your spouse from stealing your future. Learn about the warning signs and how to stop fraud in its tracks. More

my ex is crazyMy Ex is Crazy: Tips for Handling Divorce and Co-Parenting with a High-Conflict Ex-Spouse

Faculty Member: Megan L. Hunter, MBA, Publisher, Author, Speaker

These days, everyone involved in a difficult divorce thinks their ex has a personality disorder – such as Narcissistic Personality Disorder, Borderline Personality Disorder, or Antisocial Personality Disorder. Find out how to determine whether or not your ex spouse has a personality disorder and how to handle divorce and co-parenting when conflict is involved. More

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