Issues surrounding divorce are difficult enough at any time of the year and only intensify during the holidays. It’s like a cosmic collision of high-stress and ultra-stress, with you in the middle. If your divorce is in process and the holidays won’t wait – and they won’t – here are six helpful tips for getting through […]
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Making a list of expenses and a budget can help to create a more financially secure post-divorce future.
The issues of alimony, child support and taxes frequently confuse and confound people as they are going through the divorce process, and that need not be the case. Each has its own factors to consider and can be taken individually for better understanding. Alimony, which may also be referred to as spousal support or spousal […]
The collaborative divorce process, an alternative divorce process, is gaining some traction as more professionals are trained and become experienced in the process. With its increased use, the general public is becoming more aware of the process and searching for its benefits. While I do believe collaborative divorce is a better way for spouses to […]
Thinking ahead about several types of insurance that may be required to protect the terms of your settlement will enable you to include discussion of them during negotiations. You don’t not want any surprises at the end, whether you are the prospective insured or the beneficiary. Such a surprise could derail the terms you and […]
You want a neurosurgeon – not your family doctor – to perform your brain surgery. Likewise, when you need a divorce financial specialist, a general financial professional just won’t do.