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2019 Accounting for Family Law Lawyers:
Understanding Financial Documents

 

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Focus

Family law lawyers are often called upon to understand, present and explain complex financial data. Knowing what you’re looking for and asking the right questions in court is vital to all family law cases, large and small. While you don’t need to be an accountant to read financial documents, it is difficult to fully understand them without training from the experts.

California Family Law Report (CFLR), the preeminent provider of continuing education on family law, is bringing together a distinguished faculty - two forensic accountants and a family law judge - who will teach you how to read and understand a variety of financial documents, from basic tax returns to complex balance sheets and profit-and-loss statements. This comprehensive program, designed for all levels of family law practitioners, will help you build your proficiency and confidence in dealing with financial documents, giving you everything you need to effectively understand, present and challenge financial records in family law matters.




Faculty

Judge Thomas Trent Lewis
Marie Ebersbacher
Marc Peter Kaplan




Highlights

 

• How to read and understand tax returns, profit-and-loss statements and other financial documents

• Overcoming “math anxiety”

• Knowing what to look for, what to ask for, and where to find it

• How to assess the reliability of the documents you receive

• How business operators manipulate financial records to reduce income
and value in divorce cases

• Tips on how to recognize specific accounting “games”

• Distractors and commonly misunderstood income items

• How to spot “red herrings” in financial documents

• Depreciation and how it affects family law cases

• Getting your Dissomaster report right by getting your income
inputs right

 

Course Materials
Enrollees will receive a complete version of all slides used by the presenters, plus other supplemental materials. In an effort to be “green,” CFLR offers enrollees three options to choose from to receive course materials (see order form to make your selection):

1) Downloadable course materials (instructions for downloading materials via the web will be emailed a few days in advance of the program)

2) Course materials on USB drive (materials will be available at the program location)

3) Printed course materials (available for an additional cost; materials will be available at the program location)

The downloadable and USB options allow you to save the course materials to your computer and take notes directly next to the material covered.
IMPORTANT: you must bring your laptop to the program.



Enrollees may also purchase at special prices TRG's three-volume California Practice Guide: Family Law, written by Judge William P. Hogoboom (Ret.) and Justice Donald B. King (Ret.), and the two-volume California Practice Guide: Family Law FORMS.




6 Hours MCLE/Specialization Credit
Approval of specialization credit in Family Law has been granted by the California Board of Legal Specialization, and approval of MCLE credit for this activity has been granted by the State Bar of California in the amount of 6 hours.

 

 

 

   

Dates and Locations
Course Logistics



Registration: 8:00 AM
Program: 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
LUNCH PROVIDED AT ALL LOCATIONS



LIVE PROGRAMS

 

Costa Mesa
November 9, 2019 (Sat.)
Westin South Coast Plaza
686 Anton Boulevard
(714) 540-2500

 

Burlingame
November 16, 2019 (Sat.)
San Francisco Airport Marriott Waterfront
1800 Old Bayshore Highway
(650) 692-9100

 

Sacramento
November 23, 2019 (Sat.)
Westin Sacramento
4800 Riverside Boulevard
(916) 443-8400

 

 

Download Course Brochure (enrollment form included)
Download Enrollment Form

 

 

 

Tuition


Early Bird Tuition ........ $495
Advanced Tuition ........ $795
"At Door" Tuition ......... $995


Downloadable Course Materials...incl. with tuition
Corse Materials on USB drive...
incl. with tuition
Printed Course Materials....$100
(addl. cost) 

SPECIAL PRICE for previous CFLR Attendees:
$100 off for each CFLR program attended in 2019

(previous attendance subject to verification)
Call 1-800-747-3161 (Ext. 2) to enroll at discounted price

 

Tuition Deadlines

 

Enrollees are entitled to early enrollment discounts. Your registration(s) will be considered “At Door” unless received in our office by the deadline dates listed below (NO EXCEPTIONS):

 

Early Bird tuition deadline (all locations):
9-30-2019

 

Advanced tuition deadlines:
Costa Mesa: 10-30-2019
Burlingame: 11-6-2019
Sacramento: 11-13-2019

 

 

 

Special Offers For Enrollees

 

 

TRG’s California Practice Guide: Family Law Forms
50% off

 

To order, please call 1-800-747-3161 (Ext. 2)


 
     
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