Item description for Forensic Accounting in Matrimonial Divorce by James A. Digabriele...
Selected readings designed to enable practitioners in the field of marital dissolution to effectively and efficiently plan and perform their work. Provides a contemporary overview of the field, current information on important aspects of typical engagements, and insights into complexities which may challenge professional awareness and objectivity.
Contents: The Role of Accountants in Divorce Cases * Ethical Limitations on Future Services for Neutral Financial Professionals Following a Collaborative Divorce * Complex Compensation Issues in a Divorce * Valuing Professional Practices for Divorce Engage-ments * Unreported Income and Hidden Assets * Equitable Distribution and Community Property States * Business Owner Investigative Techniques * Factors to Consider Regarding Di-vision of Marital and Non-Marital Assets * Determing Economic Income for Divorce Purposes when the Spouse Owns a Closely Held Business * Selection of Business Valuations Experts in a Divorce * Litigating or Proving Child Support in High Asset or High Income Cases * Do Court Preferences Exist in Matrimonial Dissolution Cases involving Closely Held Companies?
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.5" Width: 6" Height: 9.5" Weight: 0.95 lbs.
Release Date Jan 31, 2005
Publisher R.T. Edwards, Inc.
ISBN 1930217129 ISBN13 9781930217126
Reviews - What do customers think about Forensic Accounting in Matrimonial Divorce?
Fantastic Reading Aug 18, 2005
As a women who has gone through the divorce process I found this book facinating. This is a must read for the person going through the divorce process. In addition the practicing professional absolutely needs to have this book in their library. This is a one of a kind read that rarely comes along.
Good information Aug 7, 2005
As a forensic accountant in divorce litigation, I find this book helpful. However, some of the content is a little basic for my personal needs, but good nonetheless.