Adrienne Rothstein Grace brings 30 years of financial advisory experience to clients in transition. Whether that transition is in marital status, household partners, job change or elder year planning, Adrienne’s holistic approach to financial transition planning guides clients through prudent preparation as well as rebuilding. With a measured approach to growth and preservation of assets, Adrienne works closely with her clients to develop a sound, comprehensive plan, created for each individual in transition. Her focus is to help clients navigate their transition eliminating financial pitfalls. Adrienne’s qualifications include:
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When you are ready to build your divorce team, be sure to include the professionals that have been trained in equitable and fair divorce practices.
Now that you no longer need to work on the divorce, you may have all kinds of extra time on your hands. Do you take that gourmet cooking class? Do you start exploring the dating world? Do you go out and get a new job? Or do you just roll over, cover yourself up, and hold on to the fear of the unknown?
In the final step from our series on preparing for divorce, consider what you really desire as an outcome. Changing your definition of “winning” can go a long way toward a healthy resolution.
The process of getting divorce is a combination of legal, emotional, family, and financial issues all rolled into one. Many times the financial side of the equation is overlooked, or assumed to be fully analyzed in the legal process. But far too often the financial side is under-analyzed, under-appreciated, and not “future-proofed.” That’s where I, the financial advisor, come in.
While your personal business is just that – personal – this divorce will affect a lot of people. Family and friends will be concerned for your well-being, as well as have questions on how this might change their relationship with you and your spouse.