2022 Tax Issues in Divorce Conference

Financial hardships can destroy a marriage and it’s often a main reason that leads to divorce. And based on recent media reports, financial stability is ranked as a key concern among women who divorce—but over 95% of women do not use a financial expert like a CPA when going through a divorce, even though having financial goals they want to achieve. The pandemic has created additional issues related to divorce, including child and spousal support; custody and visitation of children; and spousal abuse protection. Learn about the wide range of tax, financial and valuation topics related to divorce at our Feb. 3 Tax Issues in Divorce Mini-Conference.

WHEN: Feb. 3 | 12:30 p.m.-4:35 pm PT

WHERE: Online  


  • Intersection of Estate Planning and Divorce
  • You Say Depreciation … I Say Capital Expenditure
  • Technology Trends and Update
  • Ask the Experts & Tax Update
  • Alex Spaete, CPA-ABV, CITP, Manager of Stegner McFarlin CPAs LLP
  • Charlie A. Burak, CPA/ABV/CFF, CFE, CVA, Principal of Burak & Associates CPAs
  • Darlene Elmore, CPA/ABV/CFF, Owner of Darlene L. Elmore, CPA, ABV/CFF
  • Jeff Stegner, CPA of Stegner & Associates CPAs P.C.
  • Laura Owen, Esq., Partner at Blum, Gibbs, Davies & Owen LLP
  • Leslie O. Dawson, CPA, Owner | Dawson CPA Firm
  • Mike Low, Esq., Partner at Doyle Low LLP
  • Daniel T. Quane, Esq., Partner at Doyle Quane

Learn more about our speakers online.

About CalCPA
CalCPA traces its heritage to 1903 when the California State Society of Certified Public Accountants was organized. In 1909, it merged with two other state CPA associations to form CalCPA. CalCPA serves more than 43,000 members in public practice, private industry, academia and government, and has 14 chapters across California. CalCPA also offers more than 1,400 live courses, conferences, webcasts and on-demand courses annually.


David Colgren 
Colcomgroup, Inc.
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