We interviewed Carole Gailor, AAML Co-Chair, AICPA/AAML 2014, National Divorce Committee, on the benefits of this must-attend family law event.
What is the AICPA/AAML National Divorce Conference?
The AICPA/AAML National Divorce Conference is a joint project of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) and the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML). The conference was conceived as a forum to provide the most advanced, highest-level continuing education (CPE) and continuing legal education(CLE) on complex financial and divorce litigation-related issues common to divorce lawyers, accounting professionals, business appraisers, consultants and others. The conference is intended to provide a dual perspective on a broad range of divorce-related issues.
What is different about this conference than any other family law conference?
What makes the AICPA/AAML National Divorce Conference unique is that it is geared to lawyers and CPAs, business valuators and other financial professionals, who work in divorce-related fields. Divorce lawyers work closely with these professionals in their divorce cases on a routine basis. This conference provides useful, cutting-edge information on multiple advanced topics. Many of the speakers are nationally recognized, expert divorce lawyers and accounting, financial or business valuation professionals who have been paired to provide a comprehensive, dual perspective on the issues. This conference also uniquely provides a national venue for networking between legal and accounting professionals who share common interests in divorce-related fields
Who would you recommend attend this conference?
The National Divorce Conference is the most prestigious, advanced, substantive conference for experienced divorce lawyers, litigators, accounting professionals, consultants, business appraisers and others whose practices involve divorce-related matters and whose cases frequently involve clients with substantial wealth and financially complex marital estates facing potential divorce litigation. The conference provides presentations on advanced financial issues in divorce, and litigation issues common to both divorce lawyers and accounting and financial professionals. The conference is heavy on substantive takeaway information and tools lawyers and financial professionals can use in their daily practices.
This is an opportunity for accounting and financial professionals to make contact with the divorce lawyers who make the decisions in their firms regarding hiring of these professionals, and conversely, the place for divorce lawyers to connect with the best financial and business valuation professionals. The quality, experience and expertise of the accounting and business valuation professionals is of major importance to divorce lawyers. The National Divorce Conference is the best place to meet the practitioners in the field.
The 2014 National Divorce Conference will be held April 23-25, 2014 at the Bellagio Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada. Discounts for Early Bird, AAML members, AICPA members and members of Divorce Marketing Group’s LinkedIn group “Marketing for Divorce Professionals” are now available. Click here to register.
Carole Gailor is the founding and managing member of Gailor, Hunt, Jenkins, Davis & Taylor, PLLC in Raleigh, North Carolina. She is a Board Certified Family Law Specialist, Fellow in the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers and President of the North Carolina Chapter. Carole has been selected for Best Lawyers in America for multiple years, and one of the Top Fifty Women Lawyers in North Carolina by Super Lawyers.
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