By Ed Mendlowitz
How to Build a Stronger Tax Practice
Divorce settlement planning attempts to help clients realize the reality of the financial situation and to suggest ways to settling the financial arrangements before extensive, expensive and drawn-out negotiations, depositions and litigation.
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Divorce today has become commonplace. With 50 percent of first-time marriages ending in divorce it is a good bet that many of your clients are either in the process of getting divorced or considering it. A simple inquiry can tell you where the client is in the process.