Family Law Software Training
Master the art of financial insight, for those simpler cases with guidance from a long-time user of Family Law Software, the premier tool for managing the financial issues of divorce cases. Rosemary Frank can explain financial concepts, and how to appropriately apply them, to both you and your staff. She has had expert training from the software co-creator, Dan Caine, has taken numerous advanced training courses for users, and most importantly, has used it extensively for over 14 years. In the process, Rosemary has been instrumental in contributing to the think tank for software improvements.
Gain the negotiating edge in divorce cases with the power of information and concise illustrations of settlement issues. Family Law Software addresses and assists with resolving the financial issues of divorce including assets and liabilities, income and expenses, division of marital property, separate property, alimony, child support, tax issues, and more. The system easily facilitates the illustration of alternative settlement scenarios, trade-offs, what-if scenarios, net after-tax values of proposed settlements, buyout values and years-forward projections for each of the parties.
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03/24/2017Choosing an Attorney
I am often asked for attorney referrals by potential clients embarking on the divorce process. My usual response is that I am better able to make referrals after meeting with you, understanding something about your situation, what you prefer in the way an attorney will represent you, and getting to know you is a limited way. Even after all that, I will provide at least three names of attorneys for you to interview, assess and make your own best decision. An attorney is not a commodity. This is...
01/25/2017Preparing for Divorce
You have decided this divorce needs to happen. Now what do you do? Prepare yourself. The following are some steps to take before you pull the trigger and set things in motion. Take care of deferred needs like dental work, new eye glasses, replace the tires, fix the roof, etc. Money is going to get tight, real soon, so better to know these things are taken care of. On the other hand, you will need to save some cash for the expenses of the divorce process: hiring professionals like a financial...
What assistance can you expect from your current financial planner or advisor during your divorce? The short answer is "None." Your divorce presents a clear ethical dilemma and/or conflict of interest for your current financial professional. They must simply "sit it out," wait for the divorce to be finalized, then resume services, if you wish them to do so. Whether they realize this, or acknowledge as much, is up to them. However, this message is to help you make more informed decisions regarding...