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Episode 211: Find the Money w/ TRACY COENEN, Forensic Accountant and Author of The Divorce Money Guide

Find the Money w/ TRACY COENEN, Forensic Accountant and Author of The Divorce Money Guide

Here’s what you will learn:

1. What a Forensic Accountant does
2. How to find the money for your divorce settlement
3. How a stay-at-home spouse starts to learn about the family money
4. How a stay-at-home spouse can ask about family finances without triggering the other spouse
5. How to protect bank accounts in case the earner spouse dies
6. How to figure out the family finances through income tax reports
7. When to justify bringing on a forensic accountant
8. Financial Abuse
9. Financial Infidelity
10. How to find hidden or overseas accounts
11. Difference between Financial Detectives and Forensic Accountants 12. Business evaluations of a family business
13. Divorce Money Guide 

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Tracy has been investigating fraud for more than 25 years, but she didn’t always want to be a forensic accountant. With a dream of one day being a prison warden, Tracy went to Marquette University in Milwaukee, WI to get a criminology degree. A class on financial crime investigations reminded her how much she loved Encyclopedia Brown books as a kid. She continued her criminology degree, but added accounting and economics courses so she could sit for the CPA exam… and here Tracy is, finding money in cases of corporate fraud, high net worth divorce, and other financial shenanigans.
Janet is passionate about supporting parents divorcing & beyond, transition from the ‘intimate partner relationship’ to their ‘Business Partner Relationship called: The Kids’ so that the children are free to: love both of their parents and be loved by both of their parents.

Janet knows the dynamics of divorcing and co-parenting in a high-conflict environment personally - As a child product of high-conflict divorce and a mother involved in a high conflict coparenting relationship, Janet has first-hand experience on the negative impact & trauma the kids experience when parents unconsciously co-parent and stay stuck in the intimate partner relationship communication loop.  

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