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Day-to-Day Money: Learn the Art of Financial CoachingIncludes Credits Recorded On: 10/15/2019
Learn specific exercises you can use to help your clients achieve financial clarity, confidence and get results, and discover the unique process for creating exercises that build your clients' financial skill set.
Death and Divorce: When Bad Goes to WorseIncludes Credits Recorded On: 09/17/2019
Gray Divorce, couples over the age of 50, is the fastest-growing demographic going thru a divorce. With age comes the increased risk of death and if a spouse dies during the divorce process, the unintended consequences can be drastic. During this webinar, we will identify a number of risks and suggested remedies.
How CDFA® Professionals Add Value to Attorneys
Experienced CDFA professionals tell those entering the field that our relationship with attorneys can be tricky; however, every market’s family law community has a unique profile. When cases tend to be larger or more complex, many attorneys view the CDFA professional as additional support for his or her case or the client.
Unlocking Strategies Part One: Spousal Support
Understanding key components of some of the more common core competencies for divorce financial analysis is important and will assist you to confidently seek and successfully complete high level and varied client work that will jump-start your practice. In part one, we explore the issue of spousal support.
Using QDROs for Collection of Child Support Arrears
Although there are a variety of ways to collect child support arrears, one option that often goes underutilized is the use of a Qualified Domestic Relations Order (QDRO).
Disability and Divorce: What Parents of Children with Disabilities Need to Know
Divorced parents of a child with a significant disability encounter unique financial challenges that go beyond managing the prohibitive costs of providing for a child with special needs. Frequently, many of these issues are not effectively addressed or even recognized in the course of separation and divorce.
Double-Dipping Revisited: The Valuator’s Perspective
The issue of “double-dipping” is a challenging issue that frequently arises in matrimonial cases: the vexing issue of how to deal with the intertwined concepts of assets and income in matrimonial matters.
Helping Clients Solve Money Problems Can Thwart Divorce Turmoil
Money problems are always one of the top reasons for divorce. There’s no question: money problems can erode the fabric of relationships. But divorce doesn’t fix those money problems. In fact, it often creates additional ones for each spouse—particularly if there’s only one financial breadwinner.
Professional Fees & Taxes: Knowing the What, When and How for Tax Deductibility
Canadian income tax legislation on whether professional fees related to divorce and separation can be deducted is a complex area. This is not only because the rules have changed over the years, but because the answer depends on which party pays them and for what services.