A highly debatable aspect of any divorce is the debt that was a joint endeavor between you and your spouse. One must not assume the divorce means splitting the debt according to your liking.
Divorce jargon and terminology can be confusing. We explain what some of the common terms and phrases mean.
Yes you can! We can work with couples as a financial neutral. We work with you and your spouse to bring clarity to your family’s finances with a goal of reaching a mutually agreeable financial settlement.
You are probably behind in the divorce process when compared to your spouse. If you’re concerned about your financial future, I highly recommend that you speak with a divorce financial professional, like us.
In this article, we will go over the different situations which can occur, so you know where you stand when it comes to the marital home and your divorce.
We all need to take responsibility for our own emotional wellbeing before we begin another marriage or start assigning blame for the mistakes of the past. It takes time, therapy, and proper self-care in our everyday lives to embrace new modes of acting and ways of connecting and bonding with our loved ones.
In a separation agreement, separating individuals must agree on all the fundamental issues, including debts and assets share, child support, and custody, as well as property ownership.
Conflict readiness is the process of looking at your situation with a future focus and preparing for your next meeting or mediation.
Although nothing can fully prepare you for what’s coming during divorce, there are some things that you can keep in mind that might make the whole process easier.
A misunderstanding over finances or access to children could create a very painful post-divorce situation, which the use of a certified legal translator could prevent.