Tackle Key Challenges of Divorces Involving Businesses
Advising business owners through divorce requires a special set of abilities and know-how. Are you looking to enhance your skills? This course offers effective tactics for getting accurate discovery, tracking down hidden business assets, and valuing and dividing businesses. You will also receive practical pointers for handling difficult situations that may arise. Learn how to achieve the most favorable settlement in divorce involving family business ventures - register today!
Learn what business documents you need and how to obtain them.
Root out any undisclosed/hidden income and assets with effective tips and techniques.
Understand the mechanics of business valuations and gain insights on examining experts.
Expand your arsenal of property division solutions to offer clients more options and promote an advantageous settlement.
Getting Accurate Discovery of Business Records
Tracking Down Hidden Assets: Savvy Tips and Tricks
Valuation of the Business
What Forensic Accountants Do - and Tips for Working with Them
Nuances in the Valuation of Businesses
Income vs. Market vs. Asset Valuation Methods
Reading the Business Valuation Report (w/Sample)
Sample Questions to Ask Business Valuation Experts on Examination
Dividing the Family Business
Buyout vs. Sale vs. Dissolution: Real-World Scenarios
Tax Issues You and Your Clients Need to be Aware Of
Key Tools to Use When Negotiating the Settlement
Business Profits as Income for Child Support vs. Alimony vs. Property Division
Planning for Retirement Benefits Attached to the Business
Updating Business and Estate Planning Documents
A Walk-Through Hypothetical Scenarios
Family Home is Held in the Business
Both Spouses Want to Keep the Business
Interests and Rights of Non-Family Business Partners
Kabara Korth Praskavich is a partner in the law firm of Maddox & Gerock, P.C., in Falls Church, Virginia. She has experience working on all types of family law issues and leading clients through custody, support, property/debt division, divorce, modifications, and enforcement actions, and tailors her approach to each specific case. Ms. Praskavich especially enjoys working on cases involving business division and other complex assets, and takes pride in ensuring her clients understand the process and law. She earned her B.A. degree from the University of Chicago and her J.D. degree from Georgetown University Law Center. Ms. Praskavich is a member of the Northern Virginia Chapter of the Virginia Women Attorneys Association, Fairfax Bar Association and Virginia State Bar.
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