Divorce Process in Illinois for Financially Complex Cases
Faculty Member: Candace L. Meyers, Family Law Attorney
Facilitator: Dan Couvrette, CEO and Publisher of Divorce Magazine, Family Lawyer Magazine, and DivorcedMoms.com
In cases involving high-net-worth individuals or business owners, the divorce process can become quite complex. Listeners in Illinois will gain a deeper understanding of what to expect while going through the process and what steps to take to protect one’s business and assets. More
Candace L. Meyers is a partner at Boyle Feinberg P.C and has exclusively practiced family law since 2004. The financially savvy mother of two has a background in business and handles all types of family law cases ranging from pre- to post-judgment manners. Candace is a compassionate and understanding attorney and takes pride in empowering her clients to attain favorable outcomes.
What you will learn from this podcast session: “The Divorce Process in Illinois for Financially Complex Cases”
This session will discuss:
- whether a spouse who put their education or career on hold to help put their spouse through school is entitled to financial recognition for their sacrifice if the marriage ends in divorce
- how you can know if your spouse if being truthful in their financial disclosure
- how you can ensure you get a property settlement that is fair and meets your needs
- the division of property in cases where there are multiple properties
- what happens to private business records during a divorce
- whether spousal support is meant to guarantee that a recipient’s lifestyle will remind the same after divorce
- what a business owner’s first steps should be after being served divorce papers
- how a business owner can protect their company during divorce
- the importance of hiring a business valuator
- how true income and a business’ worth is determined in a case where a party is self-employed in a cash-based business.
NatashaPosted at 07:47h, 29 October
My ex husband is lying about his income. Child support here in Illinois can’t find that he is working but he pays directly to child support. I moved to the state of Michigan and they found out that he has two social security numbers which is why illinois couldn’t find that he is working. What do i do because i want to get a modification once i start working?