These webinars cover advanced topics with Family Law Software co-founder Dan Caine. Elligible for 2 CE's per webinar.
Cost: The cost for each Webinar is $89. You may select three for $249.
Time: Each webinar runs for approximately 90 minutes
Negotiation Tools & Techniques
Dealing with the Business in a Divorce
Accumulations and Liquidations
Rental Real Estate and Defined Benefit Pension Plans
Mastering Analyses and Reports
Dividing Assets After Tax
Lili Vasileff, CFP®, CDFA™, "Divorce Financial Planners and Mediators in the Divorce Sandbox: Parallel Play or Evolved Coordination" live presentation on February 24, 2015
Diane Brazen Gordon, JD, "Bankruptcy and Marital Debt" live presentation on June 18, 2015
Brian Gordon, "Cutting Edge Long Term Care Planning Solultions" live presentation on September 15, 2015
Veronica Silva, Esq., "QDRO's" live presentation on November 17, 2015
Diana Shepherd, CDFA™, "Marketing and the Media" live presentation in December, 2015
Bill Donaldson, CFP®, EA, CDFA™, "9 Key Tax Issues You Must Consider In Your Case" originally presented on April 24, 2014
Amy Whitlatch, CFP®, CDFA™ & Kevin Worthley, CFP®, CDFA™, "College Planning and Divorce" originally presented on May 14, 2014
Rosemary Frank, MBA, CDFA™, CFE, "Practice Management for Divorce Financial Planners" originally presented on July 16, 2014
Peggy Tracy, MBA, CFP®, CDFA™, CFE, "Divorce Dissipation and Related Fraud Issues" originally presented on August 20, 2014
Mary Anne Ehlert, CFP®, "Special Needs Considerations in Divorce" (to be scheduled; call for details)
Vikram Rajan, Co-Founder of PhoneBlogger.net, "Digital Marketing and Networking" originally presented on November 12, 2014
Andrew Samalin, CFP®, EA, CDFA™, "Divorce and Real Estate" originally presented on December 10, 2014
Most webinars qualify for 2 CE's, run for 90 minutes, and the presentation material will be made available to registrants.
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