About Elizabeth

Elizabeth Ciccone is a partner in the Valuation, Forensic & Litigation Services practice group. Elizabeth specializes in matrimonial litigation and collaborative and non-adversarial divorce. She has also performed valuations of business interests for a variety of purposes including, but not limited to, business damages, shareholder litigation, and estate and gift tax matters.

Professional & Civic Affiliations

  • American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA)
  • American Society of Appraisers (ASA)
  • American Bar Association (ABA)
  • Connecticut Bar Association (CBA)
  • New York State Bar Association (NYSBA)
  • New Haven County Bar Association (NHCBA)
  • Fairfield County Bar Association
  • The Connecticut Council for Non-Adversarial Divorce (CCND)
  • American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, Forensic and Business Valuation Committee: Member

Seminars & Presentations

  • AI, Cryptocurrency and Recent Trends in Mediation vs. Litigation, CT Chapter of American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, April 2024
  • Decoding Tax Returns and Financial Affidavits, Fairfield County Bar Association, March 2024
  • Exploring the Potential Impact of Generative Artificial Intelligence in Matrimonial Cases, Marcum LLP, March 2024
  • Advanced Family Law Seminar, Quinnipiac University School of Law, 2024
  • Reasonable Compensation and the New IRS Practice Aid, Marcum LLP, June 2023
  • Hot Tips for Hot Litigators, Marcum LLP, April 2023
  • Raking it Back: How to Get Eyes on Dissipated Assets, American Bar Association Family Law Section, April 2023
  • A Family Law Seminar – Pulling Back the Curtain: Valuing Hedge Fund/Private Equity Fund Management Firms & Passive Fund Interests, Marcum LLP, February 2023
  • Personal Goodwill, CT Bar Association Family Law Section, February 2023
  • Advanced Family Law Seminar, Quinnipiac University School of Law, 2023
  • The ABC’s of Cryptocurrency, American Bar Association, December, 2022
  • Personal Good Will Hunting: Why Does It Matter In Family Law Cases? A Family Law Committee Webinar, Fairfield County Bar Association, November 2022
  • Typical Issues in Valuation of Hedge Funds, Marcum, November 2022
  • Cryptocurrency in Matrimonial Dissolution, CT Bar Association, June 2022
  • Different Types of Cryptocurrency and How to Value It, Marcum, April 2022
  • Where is Cryptocurrency Held and How Do We Find It, Marcum, March 2022
  • What is Cryptocurrency?, Marcum, February 2022
  • Challenges in Valuing and Dividing Intangible Assets, NY State Bar Association, October 2021
  • Business Valuation Basics, NY Superior Court, June 2021
  • Cut the Valuation Knot, CT Bar Association, June 2021
  • Cutting the Valuation Knot: A Mediation Case Study, CT Legal Conference, June 2021
  • Impact of COVID on Business Valuation, CT Chapter of American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, June 2021
  • The Impact of COVID-19 on The Value of a Business, Hartford County Bar Association, May 2021
  • Post-Divorce Planning: Life Insurance Strategies to Consider, Marcum, April 2021
  • Resolving Matrimonial Cases in a Virtual Environment: Trial, Mediation, Settlement Discussions – What Works Best, Marcum, March 2021
  • 10 Common Errors in Business Valuation: How to Effectively Cross-Examine these Issues, Marcum, December 2020
  • Common Errors in Business Valuation, American Bar Association, November, 2020
  • The SECURE Act, NY Divorce Mediation Council, October 2020
  • Decoding Tax Returns, Fairfield County Bar Association, October 2020
  • 10 Common Errors in Business Valuation, NY State Bar Association, October 2020
  • Cutting the Valuation Knot: A Mediation Case Study, CT Legal Conference, June 2020
  • Impact of COVID on Business Valuation, CT Chapter of American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, June 2020
  • The Impact of COVID-19 on The Value of a Business, Hartford County Bar Association, May 2020
  • Understanding Business Valuation, Quinnipiac University Advanced Family Law Course, North Haven, CT, October 2017
  • How to Effectively Utilize Your Financial Expert, Fairfield County Bar Association, Stamford, CT, April 2017
  • Double Dipping: Property Versus Support in Marital Dissolutions, Fairfield County Bar Association, Stamford, CT, February 2016
  • Determining the True Compensation of a Business Owner, Fairfield County Bar Association, Stamford, CT, February 2014
  • Affordable Care Act, Connecticut Chapter of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, Shelton, CT, October 2013
  • 27th Annual Family Law Trial Advocacy Institute, Joint Project of the American Bar Association Section of Family Law and The National Institute for Trial Advocacy, Boulder, CO, July 2013
  • What You Can Learn From a Tax Return, Fairfield County Bar Association, Stamford, CT, May 2013
  • Double Dips, Flips and Trips: Property Versus Cash Flow Issues in Dissolution of Marriage Cases, American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers’ Annual Conference, Chicago, IL, November 2012, contributor
  • Houston Family Law Trial Institute, South Texas College of Law, Houston, TX, May 2011

Articles

  • “The Innocent Spouse,” NACVA, November 2021
  • Tax Code Provisions Assist Divorcing Parties, Connecticut Law Tribune, November 2015
  • New York Case Law: The Equitable Distribution of Medical Licenses and Practices, MHP Healthcare Valuation Insights, Issue 5, April 2015
  • The Innocent Spouse and New Changes for Equitable Relief, Family Advocate, Vol. 37, No. 2, Fall 2014
  • A Summary Overview of Changes in Equitable Relief to Innocent Spouse Relief Claims, MHP Newsletter, October 2014
  • Enhanced Earning Capacity and the Expert’s Role, MHP Newsletter, July 2013
  • The Evolution of Expert Disclosure, Connecticut Law Tribune, February 2013
  • Ambiguity Related to Disclosure in Litigation, American Society of Appraisers Business Valuation E-Letter, Issue 17-05, January 2013
  • Fair Market Value of a Shareholder Loan: What is it Worth? MHP Newsletter, January 2013
  • Economic Damages: Capturing the Full Value of Injury, Connecticut Law Tribune, October 2011
  • Appearances Are Everything: Finding Hidden Income, Connecticut Law Tribune, August 2011
  • Underreporting Income Has Far-Reaching Effects, Connecticut Law Tribune, February 2011
  • The New Era of the Roth IRA, MHP Newsletter, April 2010

Practice Focus

Business Valuation
Litigation Support
Matrimonial Litigation
Shareholder Disputes
Collaborative Divorce and Mediation
Non-Adversarial Proceedings

Education

Master of Science, Accounting and Taxation
University of Hartford

Juris Doctor
Roger Williams University School of Law

Bachelor of Arts, Psychology
Roger Williams University

Accreditations & Designations

Accredited Senior Appraiser

Additional Office Location

Nashville, TN
401 Commerce Street
Suite 1250
Nashville, TN 37219