Every couple has different values and financial specifics about their situation. Consider these when deciding on a prenup and the process you may wish to employ.
Divorce Financial Planning and Investment
Since retirement benefits are often the largest asset a divorcing couple must divide, careful planning is required to ensure your fair share.
You owe it to yourself to decrease stress and anxiety by securing your financial future after divorce. Here’s how to get your finances on track.
Raising a child apart can be costly and stressful. Here’s how to do it right.
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Manhattan Tax and Financial Expert John Johansen discusses what divorcing individuals should know about the CARES Act with Divorce Magazine’s Editorial Director, Diana Shepherd.
The key is to find an objective divorce financial expert who is also a licensed financial and investment professional and has a solid understanding of financial considerations in a divorce. This can make all the difference when protecting your investments in the face of divorce. Here are the rights and responsibilities of investment advisor during divorce.
As you transition from one chapter of your life to the next, what follows is our pick of the top 10 financial considerations to address in divorce.
Whether or not you have a prenuptial agreement, begin the process of protecting your non-marital assets as early as you can. Don’t wait to protect your real estate assets during divorce.