Forensic Accounting in Matrimonial Divorce

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James A. DiGabriele
R.T. Edwards, Inc., 2005 - Business & Economics - 199 pages
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The role of accountants in divorce cases / William J. Morrison and Thomas J. Reck -- Ethical limitations on future services for neutral financial professionals following a collaborative divorce / David C. Hesser -- Complex compensation issues in a divorce / Susan M. Mangiero and Lili A. Vasileff -- Valuing professional practices for divorce engagements : reasonable compensation and excess earnings : hit or myth? / Kevin R. Yeanoplos -- Unreported income and hidden assets / Mark Kohn -- Equitable distribution and community property states / Joyce C. Somerville -- Business owner investigative techniques : a focus on fringe benefits / James F. McNulty -- Factors to consider regarding division of non-marital and marital assets for divorce / Richard A. Campanella and Joseph M. Lo Campo -- Determining economic income for divorce purposes when the spouse owns a closely held business / Bruce L. Richman -- Selection of business valuation experts in a divorce : the attorney perspective / Paul Townsend and Alison Leslie -- Litigating and proving child support in high asset or high income cases : what to do when a heavy hitter is at the plate / Barry A. Kozyra and Judith A. Hartz -- Do court preferences exist in cases of matrimonial dissolution involving the valuation of closely held companies? / James A. DiGabriele and Gabriela V. Simoes.

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Ethical Limitations on Future Services for Neutral
Complex Compensation Issues in a Divorce
Valuing Professional Practices for Divorce
Unreported Income and Hidden Assets
Equitable Distribution and Community Property
A Focus
Factors to Consider Regarding Division of NonMarital
Determining Economic Income for Divorce
Litigating and Proving Child Support in High
Do Court Preferences Exist in Cases of Matrimonial
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