As a financial advisor, I do a lot of networking – casually meeting people at various events and learning about who they are and what they do, while also sharing my own experiences. When I explain that I specialize in financial planning for individuals who are going through a divorce, most often I see a […]
Archives for August 2016
What we often don’t realize stress and anxiety are health consequences of divorce. Keep these warning signs in mind and know when it’s time to seek help.
Division of assets and debts may sound easy, but it is often not. Read on about the tax consequences of property and debt division in divorce.
If your spouse is considering a divorce, you may be sad and hurt. However, if you want to stay together, avoid these common mistakes.
There are many causes of infidelity in a marriage, but in our society where instant gratification is the norm, these are the most common.
Guidelines for divorced parents on how best to approach this new school year in ways that will maximize your child’s educational development.
Once you sign the divorce decree, that’s the end of the road, right? You and your now-ex have gone back and forth, split up your shared assets, worked out of the logistics of your separation, and you never have to see this person again. Unless you have children. In that case, finalizing your divorce kicks […]
When going through an intense emotional process like divorce, it’s good to allow ourselves to feel different emotions. Joy, for instance, can provide some needed relief from sadness. The other day while walking through the park near my house, I noticed a swing set. It seemed like the swings were calling to me. Still glancing back at […]
As we continue to explore the process of becoming divorced, it is important to practice thoughtful “announcements” of this new phase of your life. 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 […]
If you are involved in a legitimate domestic violence incident, there are things you need to do to avoid any misconception that your claims may be false.