Family Law News 2018, Volume 40, No. 4
- An Evidence Code Primer for Family Law Attorneys Part III: Documentary Evidence
- An Overlooked Burden of the Premarital Agreement
- Does Fair Have Anything to do With It?
- Family Law News Editorial Team
- Family Law Section Executive Committee
- Finding Nemoh in Divorce
- Legislative Liaisons and Designated Recipients of Legislation
- Loans In Family Law Matters
- Message from the Chair
- Message from the Editor
- Table of Contents
- What Every Family Lawyer Should Know About Receivers
- What it Takes To Be a Putative Spouse in California and Its Benefits Part 3-the Effect of a Putative Designation
- Forensic Accounting "Light" and Why You Need It (Even When You Think You Don't)
Forensic Accounting "Light" and Why You Need It (Even When You Think You Don’t)
Julie K. Bodenheimer is an attorney and an accountant. She works with family law attorneys to prepare the financial cases for their clients by assisting them with discovery plans, digitizing the relevant documents and then organizing and analyzing the data contained in those documents. She also acts as a special master for financial issues in family law cases. You can find more information about her at her website www.backtoyourbusiness.com.
What do these situations have in common?
They each present an opportunity for you to use financial documents to win cases for your clients. You will be able to take the most advantage of the financial documents available in discovery or from your client if you make it a regular habit to collect, organize and analyze all financial information at the outset of your representation.