Nov
2
6:00 PM18:00

Application of the New Maintenance Guidelines in Conjunction With a Business Valuation - Is The Double Dip Still Applicable?

SEMINAR SERIES PART 3 of 3

This seminar will close the loop on the previous two seminars and walk the seminar participants through actual calculations utilizing the new maintenance guidelines as they relate to income available for maintenance when distributing a business value.  The panel of lawyers and accountants will also discuss recent cases that are relevant to this subject and the impact on the double dip issue.

Presenters:  Hon. James F. Quinn, Christopher Chimeri, Esq. accompanied by experts from Brisbane Consulting Group, LLC, Klein Liebman & Gresen and Baker Tilly, LLP

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Oct
18
6:00 PM18:00

Understanding the Business Valuation Report in Preparation of Examining the Financial Expert

SEMINAR SERIES PART 2 of 3

This seminar is a follow up to Part I – Business Valuation Fundaments and will walk the participants through a business valuation report and highlight items which should be understood in order to (a) comprehend the experts opinion of value and (2) properly examine the financial expert at trial.

Presenters:  Gary Tabat, Esq., John Fellin, Esq. accompanied by experts from Brisbane Consulting Group, LLC, Klein Liebman & Gresen and Baker Tilly, LLP

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Sep
27
6:00 PM18:00

Business Valuation Fundamentals

SEMINAR SERIES PART 1 of 3

For attorneys dealing with complex financial issues in a divorce, a basic understanding of how tax returns and how a closely held business is valued is essential.  This program will present an overview of the various business income tax returns and a summary of the business valuation approaches and associated methodologies and the standards that apply to business appraisers practicing in this area.

Presenters: Diane Carroll, Esq. accompanied by experts from Brisbane Consulting Group, LLC, Klein Liebman & Gresen and Baker Tilly, LLP

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Nov
19
12:00 PM12:00

New Maintenance Guidelines

Presented by the Erie Institute of Law Continuing Legal Education

On September 25, 2015, Andrew Cuomo signed into law the Maintenance Guidelines Legislation, which makes major amendments to New York’s Domestic Relations Law and the Family Court Act in enacting new guidelines for both temporary and post-divorce maintenance and spousal support. The Matrimonial and Family Law Committee of the BAEC has organized this two-hour presentation to provide you with a timely review of the legislation’s features so you are prepared to deal with the provisions of this legislation in your matrimonial cases. 

Introduction: Michelle Schwach Miecznikowski, Esq.
Chair, Matrimonial and Family Law Committee

Speakers:

 

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Oct
15
8:30 AM08:30

Using Personal & Business Tax Returns To Develop Your Equitable Distribution and Support Case - ROCHESTER

NYSBA CLE Hosts: Using Personal and Business Tax Returns to Develop Your Equitable Distribution and Support Case

Louis J. Cercone presents at the NYSBA CLE Using Personals and Business Tax Returns to Develop Your Equitable Distribution and Support Case.

Whether you are just beginning a family law practice or are a more experienced matrimonial lawyer, the first step in knowing the economics of your equitable distribution case is understanding the parties’ financial and business profiles from personal and business tax returns.

In this basic-to-intermediate level program, CPAs who have much experience as valuation experts in equitable distribution cases will offer insight into: 1) what the tax returns and their schedules may tell you, 2) the hidden “gems” within them, and 3) what the lawyer may be overlooking but should be asking for, all of which can make a critical difference in your case. 

Program Planning Co-Chairs

Louis J. Cercone, Jr., CPA, CFE, CFF, ABV, ASA, CVA
Brisbane Consulting Group, LLC
Buffalo

David L. Gresen CPA/ABV/CFF, CFE
Klein Liebman & Gresen, LLC
Syosset

 

For a full schedule of events and to register, visit the New York State Bar Association's website.

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Oct
8
8:30 AM08:30

Using Personal and Business Tax Returns to Develop Your Equitable Distribution and Support Case - ALBANY

NYSBA CLE Hosts: Using Personal and Business Tax Returns to Develop Your Equitable Distribution and Support Case

William P. Allen presents at the NYSBA CLE Using Personals and Business Tax Returns to Develop Your Equitable Distribution and Support Case.

Whether you are just beginning a family law practice or are a more experienced matrimonial lawyer, the first step in knowing the economics of your equitable distribution case is understanding the parties’ financial and business profiles from personal and business tax returns.

In this basic-to-intermediate level program, CPAs who have much experience as valuation experts in equitable distribution cases will offer insight into: 1) what the tax returns and their schedules may tell you, 2) the hidden “gems” within them, and 3) what the lawyer may be overlooking but should be asking for, all of which can make a critical difference in your case. 

Program Planning Co-Chairs

Louis J. Cercone, Jr., CPA, CFE, CFF, ABV, ASA, CVA
Brisbane Consulting Group, LLC
Buffalo

David L. Gresen CPA/ABV/CFF, CFE
Klein Liebman & Gresen, LLC
Syosset

 

For a full schedule of events and to register, visit the New York State Bar Association's website

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