August 22, 2017
It’s almost inevitable that at some point in life you’ll have a friend going through a divorce. As a friend, you’ll naturally want to help, but helping a friend through divorce is not an experience most people have learned to do. And, even if you’ve gone through divorce yourself, someone else’s situation may be different […]
February 21, 2017
Whether you have been married for 50 years or dating a year, your ability to communicate about finances is crucial to staying a happy couple. Couples committed to create a life together understand their relationship is a financial arrangement in addition to a romantic one. Helping hundreds of families over the past two decades, one […]
February 16, 2017
As a family lawyer, it is important to discuss with your client what can be done to protect their assets in the event they pass away before the divorce is final. Protecting An Estate During And After Divorce can help you understand the ramifications of divorce on their financial and estate documents.
November 24, 2015
Divorce is likely one of the hardest thing you will live through. You may have to make more decisions with your spouse trying to get divorced than you might have made in the next 10 years of marriage. With every decision having significant financial, legal, relational and emotional impact, it often becomes a series of […]
September 17, 2014
One of the more important and complex financial decisions in a divorce is deciding whether to keep or sell the house. The Unlucky Housekeeper provides insight on how couples must work together with their attorneys to find creative solutions to resolve the many issues surrounding the marital home.
March 26, 2012
Risk? As an entrepreneur, you can handle it. Recession, loony regulation, stingy lenders, and litigious customers—you’re ready for them all. But are you prepared for the risk that the person who sits across the breakfast table from you might one day be sitting across the table in an attorney’s office? Don’t Let a Divorce Wreck Your […]
December 8, 2008
While the true cost of divorce is its effect on family, making the wrong financial choices during the process can be just as devastating. Consider the following Case Study: Financial Planning & Decision Making During a Divorce.