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Divorce is a difficult and emotional time. When you or your clients need help, you want competent, timely, accurate, and effective help. We can give you objective and credible assistance. Here are some of the ways we can help:

  • Valuing a business
  • Determining a spouse's assets and income
  • Dividing marital assets
  • Analyzing the tax and economic consequences of a proposed settlement 
  • Making sure a proposed agreement complies with tax law
  • Serving as a financial neutral

When negotiating a divorce settlement, there are many financial and tax pitfalls to be wary of: financial insolvency in later years, alimony recapture, and deemed child support — just to name a few. We can help you find solutions.

To learn more, contact us.

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David H. Goodman
Director of Litigation and Business Valuation

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Leslie C. Gosule
Founding Partner

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Jonathan C. Ames
Manager

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