A Guide to Equitable Distribution of Property and Assets in a High Net Worth Divorce
Divorce creates complicated financial issues for families with significant assets. It's imperative to ensure that you're up to par with the proper skills to rise to the occasion. In this advanced program, learn how to properly allocate properties to establish the grounds for the financial futures of the parties involved. Expand your knowledge on divorce finance - register today!
Learn about the latest updates on family law in recent court cases and decisions.
Uncover the true value of unique assets at stake and know when to bring in the experts.
Improve your discovery skills to find all the best-hidden "nest eggs".
Discover how divorce affects real estate planning and what provisions can be made to help clients.
This course is part of the Complex Financial Issues in Divorce series.
CARLA A. BARONE is a partner in the law firm of Cohen Forman Barone, LLP, where she leads the matrimonial practice. Ms. Barone's practice has been dedicated to family and matrimonial issues focusing on the complex issues of equitable distribution often involving valuation of complex assets, business income and the division of assets for high-net worth families, as well as handling custody and child support matters. She is a member of the Connecticut Bar Association (Family Law Section), the New York City Women's Bar (Matrimonial Section), and the Nassau County Bar Association. Ms. Barone earned her J.D. degree from the City University of New York School of Law.
PATRICK A. WRIGHT is a senior partner with Wright Law Firm LLP. Mr. Wright is a licensed Texas attorney and is board certified in family law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization and effective in December 2020 he will also be board certified in child welfare law in Texas. He is a fellow in the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers and a fellow in the Texas Academy of Family Law Specialist. Mr. Wright has been elected to the Family Law Council which governs the Family Law Section of the State Bar of Texas. He has been trained in collaborative law and is a certified family law mediator. Mr. Wright is admitted to practice before the U.S. Supreme Court and the U.S. District Court for the Northern and Eastern districts of Texas. He attended South Texas College of Law, where he received his J.D. degree. Prior to this, Mr. Wright attended the University of North Texas and obtained a degree in political science.
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