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Earn the Certified Financial Litigator Credential
Effective document requests / Effective financial data management / Truly understanding tax returns / Deciphering Schedule K-1 for Support the Right Way
Executive compensation / Property division strategies / Spousal support strategies / Business Valuation / RSUs, PSUs, and other income trends
Avoid divorce attorney common mistakes / Adjustments needed to financial documents / Learn the ways spouses hide money / Cross examining financial experts / Navigate financial issues when your expert isn’t present
You can expect to learn about these important financial topics
- Accounting for Attorneys
- Financial Statement Analysis
- The Anatomy of Tax Returns and Tax Documents
- Tax Return Analysis
- Understanding Investments
- Compensation Issues
- Business Valuation
- Forensic Accounting
- Economic Analysis for Attorneys
- Income Available for Support Purposes
- Lost Profits and Lost Wages
- How to Cross Examine a Financial Expert
- Preparing Targeted Document Requests for Financial Data
Position yourself with credibility in your profession by becoming a CFL™. Email us at email@example.com to get your preferential pricing code.
The CFL™ designation represents the successful completion of the CFL training curriculum and a passing score on the CFL exam. Only members of the AACFL may enroll in this course.
The Training Course will cover all of the information included on the CFL™ exam.
About the AACFL Certification Program
Whether your engagement is related to a divorce, a shareholder dispute, a damages claim, or other types of litigation, chances are that a significant part of your work relates to money. Surprisingly, many law schools do not offer extensive training in finance, accounting, and economics. The CFL™ designation fills this void. The CFL™ Training Course covers a wide range of topics such as tax returns, financial statements, business tax returns, income support calculations, investments, business valuations, and much more. While the program was built specifically to promote greater awareness and education for attorneys on financial concepts related to litigation, it offers significant value to attorneys who don’t find themselves in court frequently.
The AACFL Training Course has been developed exclusively by the AACFL faculty, including experts in their fields. The faculty and curriculum developers consist of Attorneys, CPAs, CFAs, MBAs, PhDs, and other talented experts. All participants will receive the course materials, reference materials, practice aids, practice checklists, and financial analysis resources. The AACFL’s approach to training is interactive and is based on class exercises followed by discussion.
Frequently Asked Questions about the CFL Certification Designation
Yes, you must be a member in good standing to be eligible for the discount on the certification. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to get your preferential pricing code.
No, your membership gets you access to all of these courses provided by the ALA. The is an additional cost for the CFL certification but as an ALA member you are eligible for preferential pricing.