Divorce: Collecting the Financial Information Ain’t for Sissies
Published to: Alimony, Children, Divorce, equitable distribution, Family Law, financial affidavit, Harrison County, Perspectives of a Small Town Lawyer, Randolph County, Upshur County
on June 16, 2020 9:06 pm
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On Getting Accurate Financial Information from Clients
- Most lawyers aren’t accountants, but good divorce lawyer will take some accounting courses, for his or her own business and for his or her clients’ best interests.
- He or she must understand retirement plans, be able to draft qualified domestic relations orders (QDRO’s), obtain property valuations, AND be able to explain it all to a client.
- Here is my last, best, effort. to explain it to our clients. Not concise, but complete.
- I hope you find it to be useful or at least “food for thought”:
This post was written by Burton Hunter