CJBS to be Featured Panelist at Love, Marriage, Divorce, and Real Estate Panel Event
Larry Goldsmith, head of CJBS Forensic Accounting and Litigation Support group, will be a featured panelist at Love, Marriage, Divorce, and Real Estate Panel Event presented by Compass Mortgage and @Properties. Join us for this free educational event on Sunday, March 18, 7-10 PM. Where: Kasbeer Hall 25 East Pearson Street Floor 15 Chicago, IL 60611 CLICK HERE TO REGISTER Questions or comments? E-mail Larry Goldsmith (). Larry is an experienced Financial Forensic expert and CPA who investigates and verifies financial income and assets in matrimonial matters.
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