By Robin Roshkind, Esquire, West Palm Beach, Florida
It is very common in my divorce practice to seek the assistance of other professionals to help me litigate a case. Below is a list of professionals I use and why:
1. Psychotherapist, psychiatrist, child psychologist, social workers. I use these professionals mostly in dealing with children’s issues like custody, sole parental responsibility and time sharing.
2. Vocational evaluators. If a spouse refuses to pursue a career or simply find employment, these experts can testify as to earnings and ability. I use these professionals mostly in alimony cases.
3. CPAs. I use accountants to trace funds, do lifestyle studies, value businesses, assess finances, determine one’s true income. CPAs are my best friends when alimony and high assets are at stake.
4. Appraisers. If the marriage included extensive and substantial art work, jewelry, antiques, coins, stamps, guns, cars, anything of exceptional…
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