|Faculty:||Lee Drexler, Aleta Koman, M. Ed., Diane Steiner|
|Production Date:||October 21, 2008|
|Practice Areas:||Family Law, Matrimonial Law, Tax Law, Texas Specialty - Civil Appellate Law, Texas Specialty - Civil Trial Law, Texas Specialty - Family Law|
In this roundtable discussion, Lee Drexler, Diane Steiner, Esq. and Aleta Koman, M. Ed. discuss key issues when considering the use of an appraiser in divorce proceedings. Divorce cases are sensitive situations for all parties involved and it is important to note both the legal and non-legal issues that may arise when seeking an appraiser.
I.Why should a Lawyer advise their client to use an impartial appraiser?
II.How can appraisals be simplified?
III.How can an appraisal affect the divorce process?
Daniel (New York, NY)
This was very informative.
Sarah (White Plains, NY)
Extremely realistic and practical information for attorneys involved in a contentious divorce situation.
Elizabeth (Chicago, IL)
Adele (Dayton, OH)
Wonderful, interesting and practical presentation on the importance of impartial appraisals in divorce with valuable contributions by a skilled appraiser and a therapist.
alan (highland park, IL)
Karen (Columbus, IN)
The course was engaging. The different professional viewpoints was refreshing and informative. Best course!
Anna (Alexandria, VA)
The 3 perspectives of the appraiser, lawyer, and therapist covered a wide range of topics in this area. I found those multiple perspectives helpful.
Price: $49.00Purchase Course (For CE Credit)
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