Cryptocurrency Part One: How to Find It/Track It in Divorce Litigation
Presented on September 9, 2021
1.0 CLE credit: Skills (appropriate for experienced attorneys only)
This program was presented by the BAEC Matrimonial and Family Law Committee
Vanessa C. Gabriele, Esq., Gabriele Law, PLLC, Co- Chair, Matrimonial & Family Law Committee
Daniel J. Schuller, Esq., Pfalzgraf Beinhauer Grear Harris Schuller LLP, Co- Chair, Matrimonial & Family Law Committee
Mark DiMichael, CPA, ABV, CFF, CFE, CCFI, CritinCooperman
Vanessa C. Gabriele, Esq., Gabriele Law, PLLC, Co-Chair, Matrimonial and Family Law Committee
While spouses hiding assets from divorce court is nothing new, cryptocurrencies are changing the game.
Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies can be purchased for cash, held electronically without the help of a
third party, and transferred nearly anonymously. This course will provide practical tips on how
attorneys and their clients can gather more information on the spouse’s transactions.
In this session, forensic accountant Mark DiMichael and divorce attorney Vanessa Gabriele, Esq., will provide
attorneys with a basic understanding of cryptocurrency, how it works, how it is held by an owner, and
divorce legal issues.
Available Formats: OnDemand
OnDemand: $40 Members (Promo Code: member2017), $50 Non-Members
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