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Marital Dissolution Consulting

Assisting Clients & Attorneys through Divorce Proceedings

Our team of attorneys and CPAs has more than 40 years of experience in family law and divorce. We offer specific deep knowledge of the marital dissolution process, as well as technical tax and accounting expertise.

This specialized FD team can help you understand how divorce will affect your financial net-worth, including co-owned businesses, estate planning or tax returns. We can also provide guidance in areas such as:

  • Separate property tracing
  • Determination of the marital estate
  • Development of a marital balance sheet
  • Forensic and dissipation of assets analysis
  • Preparation of a budget
  • Domestic Relations Financial Affidavit.

Our marital dissolution CPAs are also skilled facilitators in negotiation of alimony, child support, property division and division of retirement assets. Our expert accountants work with your attorneys to guide you though the settlement and negotiation process, and provide expert testimony at trial as needed.

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Preparing for the Financial Aspects of Divorce

Learn how a CPA can help you prepare for a divorce and understand your financial situation once the divorce is final.

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