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Key issues in Lifestyle Analysis and the Use of Technology

Lifestyle analysis in divorce matters typically falls under forensic accounting (a form of applied accounting). It’s a complex process of examining financial aspects and providing insights into alimony, child support, and asset division. Originally presented on 01/15/24 as part of the Business Valuation, Financial & Tax Issues in Divorce 2024: The Business of Working with Other Divorce Professionals and Attorneys.
Credits: 0.75 General, 0 Diversity/Inclusion PR, 0 MH/SA PR, 0.25 Other PR
SKU: P9000-24R-07
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Lifestyle analysis in divorce matters typically falls under forensic accounting (a form of applied accounting). It’s a complex process of examining financial aspects and providing insights into alimony, child support, and asset division.

This course examines the challenges inherent in the process, as well as the components of a cost effective and efficient Lifestyle Analysis process.


Shiv Bhupathi, Divorce Financial Technology Solutions, Inc., and CoAkcess Partners, LLC, Dallas

Janet Boyle, Family Law Solutions, PC, Chicago

Hon. Regina Scannicchio, Presiding Circuit Judge, Domestic Relations Division, Circuit Court of Cook County

Martin Sliwinski, Stern Perkoski Mendez, LLC, Evanston

Moderator: Bruce L. RichmanCorporate Valuation Advisors, Inc., Chicago

Expires: 1/1/26

Lifestyle analysis in divorce matters typically falls under forensic accounting (a form of applied accounting). It’s a complex process of examining financial aspects and providing insights into alimony, child support, and asset division.

This course examines the challenges inherent in the process, as well as the components of a cost effective and efficient Lifestyle Analysis process.


Shiv Bhupathi, Divorce Financial Technology Solutions, Inc., and CoAkcess Partners, LLC, Dallas

Janet Boyle, Family Law Solutions, PC, Chicago

Hon. Regina Scannicchio, Presiding Circuit Judge, Domestic Relations Division, Circuit Court of Cook County

Martin Sliwinski, Stern Perkoski Mendez, LLC, Evanston

Moderator: Bruce L. RichmanCorporate Valuation Advisors, Inc., Chicago

Expires: 1/1/26

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Program Date1/15/24
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Program Date1/15/24
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