Monday, March 30, 2020
Presentation: Developing Parenting Plans, including special circumstances such as safety plans and substance abuse issues
Presenters: Anna Walsh and Mary Stengel
Mt. Washington Tavern
5700 Newbury St.
Baltimore, MD 21209
COST: Members: $20.00; Guests: $25.00
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February 24, 2020 at 12:30 pm
Business Development Strategies for Collaborative Professionals
Lunch Program (No board meeting)
Wendy Merrill of StrategyHorse Consulting Group
January 27, 2020
How Technology is Aiding the Role of the Financial Neutral in the Collaborative Process
Shawn Miller, CDFA of Sovereign Financial Services
November 25, 2019
How to Use Business Valuations to Help Your Divorce Clients
Richard L Wolf
A closely held business is often one of the largest assets involved in a divorce, and as such, a common ground for disputes between spouses. To ensure equitable distribution of assets for their clients, many attorneys rely on accredited valuation experts to perform business valuations.
However, despite their familiarity with business valuations, many divorce attorneys struggle to understand how the valuation process works.
Join Richard Wolf, CPA/ABV, CFE, CVA, CGMA, of Gross Mendelsohn’s Forensics & Litigation Support Group as he covers the basics of business valuations, using real-life examples and stories to give you a behind-the-scenes look at the valuation process.
- What a business valuation is, when is it needed and who needs one
- How the methods used to value businesses (income, market and asset) differ
- How to best work with a valuation expert in the Collaborative process
October 28, 2019
Bankruptcy and Divorce
Eric L Steiner
September 30, 2019
College Tuition/Education and Divorce
May 20, 2019
State of Affairs
General Membership Business Meeting
April 29, 2019
Handling of overnights and very young children
Esther L. Finglass PhD, LLC
Times change and legal values change along with them. Was a time when “the tender years” doctrine defined the court’s attitude towards young children, and mothers were assumed to be the best caretakers. That’s shifted towards a trend for shared access schedules for both parents, and there is an abundance of research with school age children and adolescents supporting the conclusion that maximal time with two loving parents is beneficial for emotional health. But what of very young children? 40% of all births in this country are to unmarried parents. Approximately half of those parents don’t live together and of the other half, unmarried relationships are less stable than married ones. Moreover, 20% of marriages end in divorce within the first 5 years when there are likely to be young children in the household. This talk addresses current research and mental health considerations regarding parent access schedules for infants and toddlers, including overnights with non-residential parents.
Esther Finglass, Ph.D. is a licensed psychologist with a private practice in Owings Mills, Maryland and an adjunct appointment in the psychology department at Loyola University, Maryland. Dr. Finglass works with children, adolescents, adults and families performing psychotherapy and psychological assessment, with a specialty in parent coordination for families in transition. Dr. Finglass has a background in infant development with a focus on parent-infant attachment.