Active and Passive Appreciation: An Empirical Method for More Accurate Determination

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March 29, 2016
Ashok B. Abbott, Ph.D.

Summary

Divorce rates have doubled for those over 50, and, in tandem, the demand for matrimonial valuation in this high-wealth segment has only increased. Understanding how to correctly determine wealth appropriation is a “must-know” skill, but it is difficult to master. The most troubling issue with active and passive appreciation in divorce cases is applying a method based on empirical evidence and a clear, common-sense framework. Don’t turn away high value work—join Ashok Abbot to acquire the methodology and supporting evidence to successfully isolate passive appreciation. Work through practice-ready examples across several industries, and you’ll be sure to come away with a new appreciation—for this method.
Active and Passive Appreciation: An Empirical Method for More Accurate Determination
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