Money & Divorce recognized by @SupportPay during Child Support Awareness month! Read More
Are there any rules for negotiation in divorce? When you're in the midst of negotiating or navigating a divorce, and you're trying to come up with settlement ideas, it is rarely a linear process.
Just because someone may have a high net worth, doesn’t always mean they are good with their money. Recently I sat down with Katherine Miller @MillerLaw_NY on Divorce Dialogues to discuss 5 mistakes that high net worth individuals make when they are getting divorced.
Two of the most frequent questions I am often asked are: How long will my divorce take? How much will it cost? My reply is: What is more valuable time or money?
During divorce you're pitting spouses literally side by side or across the table from each other negotiating one of the most emotional parts of a divorce, support. So today, I wanted to give you a few quick tips on how to negotiate alimony or spousal support because this is one of the very last pieces of a puzzle that… Read More
I am so pleased to announce that our new book Divorce and Separation - Connecticut Edition is out now! Read More
Lili joins Katherine Miller of Divorce Dialogues on Episode #156 "HOW TO AVOID BIG MISTAKES THAT ARE MADE DURING HIGH NET WORTH DIVORCES" to discuss some of the biggest mistakes made during high networth divorces and how to overall improve family relationships in the process, while also preserving wealth.
Just because someone may have a high net worth,… Read More
My July 2021 Newsletter is out. This month we discuss the increase of divorce due to COVID. Read more here:
The advance payments of the enhanced child tax credit are set to start next month, but a big question on many parents’ minds is whether they will end up owing on their taxes next year if they immediately spend the money.
For some parents, the answer is probably yes, they will end up owing money next tax season.
How do you confront an overspending spouse? Well, surprisingly 30 percent of couples surveyed actually indicate that overspending is the most common money problem in a failed marriage.