Learn How to Take Trust Assets Into Account During Property Division
Trusts are an effective financial tool that can be utilized for many purposes such as protecting assets before, during, and/or after a divorce. However, sometimes trust assets can be considered marital property to be divided between spouses. In this program, get to know how trusts work, determine whether trust assets are protected from a divorcing spouse, and discover what you need to do to protect your client's interests. Register today!
- Know how trusts can come into play throughout different stages of the divorce process.
- Be able to determine what is considered marital property and separate property.
- Learn how to value, divide, and account for trust assets and taxes in the settlement.
- Is the Trust Marital or Separate Property?
- How Much is the Trust Worth? Valuation of Trust Assets
- Division of Trust Assets in Divorce
- The Laws of Equitable Distribution
- Marital Property
- Separate Property
- Treatment of Third-Party Trusts Following Divorce
- Revocable Trusts
- Irrevocable Trusts
- Use of Trusts to Structure Divorce Settlements
- Trust Taxation Issues in Divorce
- The Role of Trustees in the Divorce Proceedings