Attorney Timothy J. Conlon of TJC • ESQ will help present a seminar with the National Business Institute (NBI) on Wednesday, May, 11th 2016. The course, titled Divorce Law: Common Mistakes in Dividing Assets, will provide invaluable information for legal practitioners on the subject of asset and debt distribution during the divorce process. Attorney Conlon will speak on the tax consequences of divorce and reveal common areas where attorneys fail to equitably distribute their clients’ assets.
The course outline is as follows:
- Failure to Obtain and Interpret all Financial Documents
- Inaccurate Valuation of Assets
- Failure to Account for Debts
- Failure to Consider Current and Future Income and Expenses
- Failure to Equitably Distribute Assets (Attorney Conlon)
- Tax Consequences After the Divorce (Attorney Conlon)
- Ethical Considerations
Registration costs are $349.00 and will include a copy of the course book and audio CD. Addition registrations are discounted to $339.00 and selecting the Unlimited CLE Upgrade costs $799.00. A total of 7 Continuing Learning Education (CLE) credits will be available for this course, which is scheduled to last from 9:00 AM to 4:30 PM at the Hilton Providence in Providence, Rhode Island.
Experienced Rhode Island Divorce Lawyer
The upcoming seminar is certainly not Attorney Timothy Conlon’s first. He is well-known throughout Rhode Island, often considered a leading authority on family law disputes in the state, and has spoken at similar CLE seminars in the past. Notably, he spoke about the importance of technology, specifically Microsoft Office and Adobe, in an attorney’s workplace at an April 2016 seminar titled Unleashing the Power of Microsoft Office and Adobe for Lawyers.
If you are approaching a divorce, a skilled Rhode Island divorce attorney from TJC • ESQ can represent your interests and help you pursue the most amicable solution possible for your situation. Having represented countless clients throughout more than 30 years of practice, we can provide the trial-tested legal support you need to help you get through this difficult time.