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Select Articles & Presentations Written by Robert Vance
As Published in Tennessee Bar Journal, August 2009 - A detailed analysis of property division and alimony need and ability to pay.
Chapter 7; as published in Valuing Professional Practices and Licenses: A Guide for the Matrimonial Practitioner, Fourth Edition, Dec. 2013
A chart listing the most common retirement and savings assets encountered along with a few basic characteristics such as: Who Contributes? Cash or Investment Balance Available? Evident on a W-2?
Pages from the Deskbook that were produced by Robert Vance. Marital Balance Sheet and proposed division; Wife's Need and Husband's Ability to Pay Alimony; various investment, retirement and expense analyses.
Includes Martial Balance Sheet, Calculations of Wife's Need for Support, Calculations of Husband's Ability to Pay Support and Net Worth Graphs
The base report used in a presentation for the NACVA & CTI 2015 Annual Consultants' Conference.
Presentation made to the Williamson County Bar Assoc. in 2013-Received over 16,000 views on Slideshare.net
As Published in Memphis Lawyer, January/February 2003 | The Magazine of the Memphis Bar Association
A Little Humor
I don't know if this is real, but it sure is funny.