Family & Divorce

The Forensic Accounting Deskbook by Miles Mason, Sr. JD, CPA, published by the ABA Family Law Section How Are Business Assets Divided in Divorce? Thank you to Melissa Gragg for inviting me to join her on her vlog. Melissa is a nationally recognized valuation expert witness for people getting divorced in Missouri and Illinois and who may also own a business. View the complete pod cast: Business Valuations from a Divorce Attorney’s Perspective For a…
Since March 2020, parents across the country have been navigating co-parenting during COVID-19, as parenting challenges unseen in the modern era have forced thousands of co-parents to court on an emergency basis. What happens when parents have different views on the precautions associated with Coronavirus? Should a parenting time schedule be adjusted if one parent is a frontline worker? What happens if one parent is immunocompromised – should they forfeit their parenting time? These are…
The Forensic Accounting Deskbook by Miles Mason, Sr. JD, CPA, published by the ABA Family Law Section What divorce lawyers just don’t get about business valuation Thank you to Melissa Gragg for inviting me to join her on her vlog. Melissa is a nationally recognized valuation expert witness for people getting divorced in Missouri and Illinois and who may also own a business. For a much more detailed discussion, see The Forensic Accounting Deskbook: A
The Forensic Accounting Deskbook by Miles Mason, Sr. JD, CPA, published by the ABA Family Law Section What happens to a business during a divorce? Thank you to Melissa Gragg for inviting me to join her on her vlog. Melissa is a nationally recognized valuation expert witness for people getting divorced in Missouri and Illinois and who may also own a business. For a much more detailed discussion, see The Forensic Accounting Deskbook: A Practical
A dismissed bankruptcy is a bankruptcy case that is no longer active and was not completed. Essentially, a dismissed bankruptcy is a case that was thrown out by the judge. This usually happens because you did not comply with what the bankruptcy court asked you to do. Generally, this could mean that you did not attend your 341 meeting or that you did not provide the required documents to the Trustee. A bankruptcy case could…