NACVA Announces Vance as a Featured Speaker at the 2019 Annual Consultants' Conference
February 13th, 2019
The National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts announced that Robert Vance is a Featured Speaker at the 2019 Annual Consultants' Conference to be held in Salt Lake City, UT, June 6-8, 2019. Robert's session is entitled "The Good, The Bad and the Unusual - A Workshop on Complex Forensic Accounting Applications." The presentation is a workshop exploring unusual and complex forensic accounting and business valuation cases mostly in the domestic law area and the problem resolutions employed by the experienced practitioners. Includes explanation of the testimony given and issues encountered at trial. Participants are encouraged to participate with their own ideas and experiences.
Topics include an in-depth analysis of the 2019 Tennessee Lucchesi divorce case wherein certain affirmations were made about the importance of having a quality forensic expert witness at trial. Vance will explain methods used for the trial including valuing a business at date of marriage 20 years in the past, whether or not to use a Calculation Engagement report at trial, the ramifications of a party not disclosing $950,000 of marital assets found by the forensic accountant and using the original cost of an asset or the county property assessor's appraisal value of real estate that the opposing party does not counter is a viable method to value certain marital assets.
Other topics include application of the Multiattribute Utility Model (MUM), Unreported Cash, Sudden Income Deficit Syndrome, We Tote The Note, Using the Coverture Fraction in Executive Compensation and "You’re not qualified to talk about real estate improvements."