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The Role of the Financial Professional in Divorce

Contains material from May 2019

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Using a case study forma, this course provides a framework for assessing financial questions in divorce, an overview of financial professionals you might use in a case and an understanding on which type of professional to call on and when. It also addresses some possible pitfalls for both the attorney and financial professional.
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TX MCLE credit expires: 4/30/2020

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1. The Role of the Financial Professional in Divorce (May 2019)

Sarah Cuddy

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Session 1:

The Role of the Financial Professional in Divorce (May 2019)

Using a case study forma, this course provides a framework for assessing financial questions in divorce, an overview of financial professionals you might use in a case and an understanding on which type of professional to call on and when. It also addresses some possible pitfalls for both the attorney and financial professional.

Originally presented at: May 2019 The Role of the Financial Professional in Divorce

Sarah Cuddy, CDFA, CFP, Baird - Houston, TX