January 26, 2018 Fresno, CA | February 9, 2018 Sacramento, CA | May 18, 2018 Berkeley/Oakland, CA
All seminars are from 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Registration from 8:00 a.m. to 8:30 a.m.
Are you unclear about what exactly ARE the tax consequences of divorce when your client asks that question?
This one-day seminar will take you into the more interesting and complex tax issues that family law professionals are expected to know but often overlook. The course is a wise investment for any family law professional who wishes to avoid common tax pitfalls in their dissolution cases by arming you with the most current information available on these complex issues.
Registration includes a 400-plus page text, Divorce Taxation, which includes problems and answers with typical scenarios you will encounter in your practice.
Planning can cut taxes and reduce the stress of negotiating divorce settlements. Learn the fundamentals so you can offer your clients solutions that are not apparent yet are fiscally favorable.
You will learn about excluding more than $500,000 on the sale of a residence; how a decree of legal separation can save the marriage tax penalty; what generates the marriage tax penalty; the tax consequences of property settlements; tax filing options; and any new tax reforms that Congress may pass.