St. Louis, MO (PRWEB) January 21, 2014
“QDROs and Tax Issues in Divorce,” December 18, 2013, featured Eisen presenting Taxation of Child and Spousal Support, Taxation of Business Interest in Divorce, and Using QDROs to Collect Child Support Arrearages. On December 27, 2013, during the video webcast, “Complex Assets in Divorce,” Eisen’s topics included Commingled Separate and Community Assets, Vacation Homes and Investment Real Estate Interests, Valuing and Dividing Family Business Assets, Using Forensic Accountants and Business Valuation Experts and Dividing Trust Assets in Divorce.
Eisen has tried and settled numerous complex family law cases and frequently lectures and publishes articles in that area. He is a certified divorce mediator and has been appointed by the Court as a Guardian ad Litem for children in custody disputes. He was named the 2014 Champion of Kids by Kids In The Middle, “because of his considerable dedication to children in the community.” He concentrates his practice in the area of family/domestic law, including dissolution of marriage, legal separation, paternity, maintenance, child support, child custody, modification matters, enforcement, and pre/post-nuptial agreements. Growe Eisen Karlen is one of the leading law firms for people looking for a Car Accident Lawyer, Saint Louis employment lawyer, big truck accident attorney and auto accident attorneys.
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At Growe Eisen Karlen in St. Louis, Missouri, we have created a relaxed, productive environment in which you can freely discuss your case. Our clients value the comfortable setting our office provides for them. Yet, with many cases such as auto accidents or criminal cases, clients are unable to leave their homes or hospital beds to come to our office. We regularly visit clients at their locations in order to better accommodate them and address their needs.
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