Whether you face the possibility or the reality of divorce, you have to take stock of the world around you. Breaking up is hard to do and you face many multi-dimensional issues – emotional, legal and financial. How can you focus your energies to maximize your divorce outcome?
Make your financial concerns, challenges and priorities the essential core of your… Read More
Were you raised to believe that the harder you work, the more you will be successful? Sometimes, when a marriage falters, you may not be the center of the problem or of its solution. Sometimes, the underlying issues are outside of your direct sphere of influence. In most cases, this fact is a bitter pill to swallow. I remember… Read More
Those who are afraid of the stock market, who are risk averse for investing or who despise the stock market, were served up a classic new scandal with the Gamestop soap opera.
According to research, March is the most popular month to file for divorce, maybe because couples want to get past the holidays and taxes (or maybe it’s just “March madness.”) This past March, however, we also began dealing with the Covid-19 pandemic and self-quarantining. Most families have had to endure financial hardship, childcare issues and the inability to live… Read More
Lili is a divorce financial planner and co-founded the National Association of Divorce Financial Planners. Number one complaint from clients is that they felt rushed into making decisions. Lili wrote Money and Divorce which breaks down the divorce process step by step. Advice: Prepare. Prepare. Prepare.
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Lindsay Mott | April 10, 2020
Forced to downsize to a single income after a major pay cut? Here are five things to do to re-establish financial security in your… Read More
By Gregory C. Frank. "As the CEO of DivorceForce, I have spoken to hundreds of people who have gone through the divorce process. I’ve reviewed thousands of posts on our social channels detailing experiences people have had with their own professional divorce teams—matrimonial lawyers, financial advisors, accountants, realtors, mortgage lenders, and mental health coaches—and I’ve been shocked to learn… Read More
With the rapidly spreading COVID-19 pandemic, financial professionals, legal professionals, family therapists, mediators and parenting coordinators are assisting separated and divorced families who are navigating unprecedented circumstances and frightening uncertainties. My daughter and I too have seriously hunkered down and decided to be self-quarantined for total safety sake. Fortunately, I am fully operational and working from my home office… Read More
Ten years have passed, and Lisa*, now 60, still asks herself, Why didn't I see it coming?
At the time, she and her husband, Andrew, were living well: a spacious home in a Chicago suburb, overseas travel, a kid in private… Read More