CLE Programs

Fundamentals of Sophisticated Practice: Business Valuations; Finding Hidden Assets; & Double-Dipping

One of the issues frequently considered in divorce cases is the value to be assigned to a spouse’s business interest for asset division purposes. Join our panel of experts possessing a wide range of perspectives from litigation to ADR of as they delve into these complex concepts, including the dreaded double dip that can dramatically impact your client’s interests.

Faculty:

Marc E. Fitzgerald, Esq., program chair
Casner & Edwards LLP, Boston

Hon. Gregory V. Roach
Worcester Probate & Family Court, Worcester

Andrew C. Fantasia, CPA
Andrew C. Fantasia & Associates, Framingham

Barbara L. Nason, Esq.
Nason Divorce Solutions, LLC, Dedham

Stephen M. Perry, Esq.
Casner & Edwards LLP, Boston

Sponsoring Sections:

Family Law Section

Seminar
Date:Thursday, March 27, 2014
Time:4:30 PM - 6:30 PM
Location:Norfolk Probate & Family Court
Main Meeting Room
35 Shawmut Rd
Canton, MA, 02021
CODE: FLD14
Registration
MBA Paralegals$15.00
MBA Law Student$15.00
MBA New Admittee$15.00
MBA Member$15.00
Non-member$25.00

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