Vance Speaks at Virtual Seminar for the Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association

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March 18, 2021

Robert Vance  will speak at the TTLA Memphis Family Law Seminar on March 18, 2021. Vance's topic: "Tips for a Winning Marital Balance Sheet & Alimony Need Analysis". The Zoom seminar will feature Judges, Experts and Attorneys covering a wide variety of topics.

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Vance is Lead-Off Speaker at the TN Society of CPAs 2020 Southeastern Forensic & Valuation Services Conference on October 19, 2020

October 14, 2020
Vance will present a two hour session entitled "Expert Witness Testimony Tips and Traps with Video Demonstrations". The 2020 conference will be held virtually. The presentation features video from an evidentiary deposition Vance gave in 2019 for a personal injury loss of earning capacity economic damages case that will illustrate many of the following topics:

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Bates v. Bates - TN Case Supports Many Basic Business Valuation Principles

July 29, 2020
May 1, 2020 Session
Appeal from the Circuit Court for Wilson County
No. 2018-DV-8 Clara W. Byrd, Judge
No. M2019-00505-COA-R3-CV
Filed 7/09/2020

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Closely-Held Business Value at Date of Marriage, Buy-Sell Agreement Not ...

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Vance Speaks to Mississippi Society of CPAs

November 14, 2019
Robert presented a continuing professional education (CPE) class to the Mississippi Society of CPAs Business Valuation & Litigation Services Conference in Jackson, MS. This was the third time Vance has addressed this annual conference at the MSCPA. The title of the CPE is "Being the Smartest Person in the Room-Interpreting Complex Forensic Accounting Applications." In this two hour ...

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Vance was a Featured Speaker at the 2019 NACVA Annual Consultants' Conference

June 10, 2019
Robert Vance was a Featured Speaker at The National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts (NACVA) 2019 Annual Consultants' Conference held in Salt Lake City, UT June 6-8, 2019. Robert's two hour session was entitled "The Good, The Bad and the Unusual - A Workshop on Complex Forensic Accounting Applications."The workshop explored unusual and complex forensic accounting and business ...

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Fall & Winter Presentation Schedule

November 14, 2018
Robert Vance will speak/present to the following events in the Fall of 2018 and Winter of 2019:

TN Bar Asoc Webcast - Aug. 2018 - The Essentials of Business Valuation For Tennessee Attorneys (Why are the Experts so Far Apart?) 2018 Southeastern Forensic & Valuation Services Conference - TSCPA - Oct. 2018 - The Good, The Bad and the Unusual A Workshop on Complex Forensic ...

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2018 Spring Tennessee Judicial Conference

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March 7, 2018
Robert Vance presented a 1.0 hour CLE session at the 2018 Tennessee Judicial Conference on March 7, 2018 at Montgomery Bell State Park entitled: The Essentials of Business Valuation For Tennessee Judges (Why are the Experts so Far Apart?). Approximately 60 judges and chancellors from across the state of Tennessee were in attendance at Robert's session.

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Vance Presented at NBI's "Advanced Family Law" Seminar in Jackson, TN

December 5, 2017

 My Topic: "Analysis of Complex Asset Cases from a Forensic CPA Perspective"

  • Make the best use of forensic accountants and valuation experts to ensure all assets are on deck at the time of settlement.

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2017 TSCPA Southeastern Forensic & Valuation Services Conference

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July 13, 2017
The 2017 Tennessee Society of CPAs Southeastern Forensic & Valuation Services Conference was held in Brentwood, TN October 23-25, 2017 and featured 20 hours of CPE for CPAs and 16.67 of CLE for attorneys. Robert Vance is the Task Force Chairman in charge of planning and executing the conference. We enjoyed one of the most dynamic presentations ever that rivaled any national-level ...

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New Tennessee Law on Discounts for Lack of Marketability (DLOM)

June 14, 2017
Click Here for a PDF of the New Law.

The 110th Tennessee General Assembly passed House Bill 348 during the 2017 session. As enacted, the law requires courts in making equitable division of marital property to consider all relevant evidence, including valuation methods typically used with regard to such assets without regard to whether the sale of the asset is reasonably foreseeable, ...

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