Locate Hidden Assets, Divide Property, and Calculate Support Payments
It's important to stay organized and to not overlook any key financial aspect when assisting a client in divorce. Are you prepared to locate, value, and divide marital debts and assets? Join our experienced faculty as they guide you through the essential steps of filling out the divorce worksheet, locating hidden assets, dividing real property, calculating child support, and more - register today!
Review the essential components of the divorce worksheet.
Learn effective methods and techniques for locating hidden assets and income.
Get to know how calculations are made for child support.
Identify ways to minimize tax consequences of divorce.
Know how to divide different assets such as retirement plans.
Discovery and Finding Hidden Assets/Debts
Taking Prenups, Custody, and Other Factors Into Account for Support Calculations and Asset Division
Child Support, Spousal Support, and Imputed Income
How to Value and Divide Different Types of Assets: Real Estate, Retirement Benefits, and More
Terrence J. Benshoof holds a J.D. degree and a Master of Law in taxation from De Paul University. He has over 50 years experience in a variety of family, taxation, and business law areas. Mr. Benshoof is of counsel to the firm of Calabrese Associates, P.C., in Warrenville, Illinois. As a practitioner, he has focused, in the family law area, on matters concerning divorce actions involving military spouses, military pay and benefit issues, retired pay division, and application of the Service Members Civil Relief Act. Mr. Benshoof has lectured on these topics to the Chicago, DuPage and Will County Bar Associations in Illinois, and for the National Business Institute in local and national webcast seminars. He also practices in the area of general taxation, business tax planning, trusts and estates, real estate, and commercial litigation. Mr. Benshoof has published numerous articles on military issues in family law, and on property taxation. A retired Lieutenant Colonel in the Army Reserve, Judge Advocate General’s Corps, he served as National Judge Advocate (General Counsel) for the 45,000 member Reserve Organization of America, and has served on its Board of Directors for 5 years. Mr. Benshoof served as Referendary General (Chief Judge of the Tribunal) of the Sovereign Military Order of the Temple of Jerusalem for 8 years. He also serves as vice president of the Board of Directors of the Midwest Shelter for Homeless Veterans in Wheaton, Illinois.
Sally M. Colton is an attorney with kdlaw, PC, where she practices primarily in family law and juvenile law. She has been certified as a family law specialist by the Arizona State Bar. Ms. Colton earned her B.A. degree from Brigham Young University and her J.D. degree from Arizona State University, Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law. She is a member of the Family Law Section of the State Bar of Arizona and was awarded Outstanding Advocate by the Office of the Arizona Attorney General, Child and Family Protection Division (2015).
Niecie M. Strand is regional managing attorney with Cordell & Cordell PC, the nation's largest domestic litigation firm. Prior to joining Cordell & Cordell, Ms. Strand worked in a general practice firm as a paralegal and attorney. Her primary areas of practice included family law, estate planning, and probate. Ms. Strand earned her Bachelor of Arts in political science from Hamline University and her Juris Doctor from Hamline University School of Law. She is a member of the Minnesota Bar Association.
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