Legal Briefs On Divorce
Legal Briefs On Divorce is a video podcast series providing viewers with a discussion on timely news and insight on current trends impacting divorce. Topics include discussions on how a divorce will impact your mortgage, the importance of a real estate appraisal during the divorce process, the need for forensic financial investigations in your divorce and many other timely topics impacting divorce.
How Divorces Impact MortgagesReal Estate Appraisal for Your DivorceThe Role of Forensic Financial Investigations in a DivorceForensic Computer Investigations For Your Divorce
John S. Eory, Shareholder in Stark & Stark’s Divorce Group, and Len Rossine, Divorce Lending Specialist with Countrywide Home Loans discuss the obstacles people will often face when going through a divorce in relation to their mortgage.
The commentators address:
- “Can I afford to keep my home after my divorce?”
- “What is the best way to split the equity in my home during my divorce?”
Mr. Eory and Mr. Rossine propose several possible solutions to these questions and provide tips on how to manage your financial situation early on in your divorce case.
John S. Eory, Shareholder in Stark & Stark’s Divorce Group, and Richard Carabelli, Jr., MAI of Martin Appraisal Associates, Inc. discuss the importance of a real estate appraisal in the divorce process.
John S. Eory, Shareholder in Stark & Stark’s Divorce Group, and Tom Hoberman, CPA with the accounting firm of WithumSmith + Brown discuss the need for forensic financial investigations in your divorce. Mr. Hoberman explains how investigations can uncover fraud, embezzlement schemes, damages and assess internal control weaknesses.
John S. Eory, Shareholder in Stark & Stark’s Divorce Group, and Rob Kleeger, Managing Director of the Intelligence Group discuss the reasons for digital forensic investigations and what type of information can be gathered for a divorce case. Mr. Kleeger conducts digital forensic investigations for divorcing parties in order to gather electronically stored information and put it in a format useful to a divorce case.