Family Law News 2015, Issue 2, Volume 37, No. 2
- Enforcing Support Orders in the Entertainment Industry
- Family Law News Editorial Team
- Family Law Section Executive Committee
- From Our Readers
- MCLE Self-study Article: Integration of the Family Code, Evidence Code, and Code of Civil Procedure for Effective Discovery Pursuant to the Fiduciary Duties
- Message from the Chair
- Message from the Editor
- Moving Beyond the Limits of Family Law Court
- Recent 2014 Family Law Cases
- Recent Developments in Domestic Violence Case Law
- Standing Chairs and Designated Recipients of Legislation
- Table of Contents
- Tips from the Bench
- Land Your Clients on Sound Financial Footing with a Cpa That Can Act as Your Client's Family Business Manager
Land Your Clients on Sound Financial Footing with a CPA That Can Act as Your Client’s Family Business Manager
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Across America, divorce can tear apart family fortunes. Women especially are presented with unique and challenging financial situations. Often overnight, they are awarded their share of the marital estate in a divorce settlement, but they lack the knowledge in how to best protect their assets and preserve their wealth.
From the start, family law attorneys should understand the importance of aligning with an experienced, trusted Certified Public Accountant (CPA) who is dedicated to their client’s case. They should find a CPA who is completely independent, and who is willing to hand-hold the client and investigate every financial aspect of the situation. Not only should the CPA conduct budget forecasting and analyze financial statements, but the CPA should identify and trouble-shoot any potential tax liabilities.