Lynn Burleson discusses why arbitration can be more suitable than litigation for complex cases, and other benefits of this form of ADR.
William Levine, a family law arbitrator and mediator, offers his insights into this form of Alternative Dispute Resolution.
Dale Console, chair of the AAML’s National Arbitration Committee, considers the various ways a divorcing couple could benefit from opting for arbitration.
Z. Christopher Mercer is participating in the AICPA AAML National Conference on Divorce in New Orleans, May 19 – 20 at the Sheraton. In this podcast Chris talks about his presentation and the panel discussion he will be a part of.
Nancy Fannon will be presenting “The Evaluation Nightmare of S Corporations for Divorcing Spouses and the Attorneys who Advise Them,” as well as participating in the “Battle Royale” panel with Jay Fishman, Chris Mercer, and James Hitchner.
James Hitchner will be presenting, “The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of the Market Approach,” as well as moderating the “Battle Royale” panel at the 2016 AICPA AAML National Conference on Divorce.
Jay Fishman will be a presenter at the upcoming AICPA/AAML National Conference on Divorce in New Orleans on May 19 – 20, 2016 at the Sheraton. Listen to Jay discuss the benefits of attending the Conference and what he will be presenting on.
Martha Chan, Divorce Marketing Group’s VP of Marketing, interviews Carole Gailor and David Griffin, AAML Co-Chairs of the 2016 National Conference on Divorce. This Conference is presented by the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers and the American Institute of CPAs. The AICPA/AAML National Conference on Divorce will be held on May 19 – 20, 2016 at the Sheraton, New
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David Griffin is a partner at Rutkin, Oldham & Griffin, LLC. He has dedicated his 30-year career to assisting clients through divorce, asset distribution, custody, alimony, and support issues arising from complicated compensation structures and high-net-worth families. A Fellow of the AAML and IAML, David has presented at both groups’ annual as well as chapter