JimRockford wrote:How long was she a teacher? Hopefully, for at least a few years as on the surface this sounds like her best career option. While she may have the requisite background to sit for a CPA exam, most accounting firms only hire people straight out of college and the cases are very rare when they deviate from this in the case of an entry level hire. There are potentially other career paths in accounting, but I would imagine that for someone with no experience in the field and a ten plus year old degree they would be clerical level and not pay much.
In any event, you are going to need a vocational evaluation, don't cheap out on this.
Thanks. She was a teacher for 3-4 years. Her mother was a lifelong teacher. Both of her sisters are teachers in the area. There are tons of teaching jobs in the area (which I've been tracking). There's no excuse for her not to be a teacher other than she doesn't want to work.
Regarding the vocational eval, I assume that's something for the trial rather than the mediation. If that assumption is correct, what information should I have ready for the mediation?