Rational co-parenting communication after a divorce is not easy. Careful thought needs to be a part of each and every exchange and we offer tips on how to achieve this.
A Divorce Attorney + a CDFA® = A Powerful Combination
Does your divorce attorney understand all your financial components to ensure you get a fair and equitable division of marital assets? A CDFA® does and can make sure you’re getting a fair and equitable outcome.
The Shady Ways People Hide Income and Assets in a Divorce
Hiding assets and income in a divorce is morally abhorrent and most important of all, is highly illegal.
Divorce Isn’t What It Used to Be…And It’s a Good Thing!
The standard divorce is transacted in conference rooms, court rooms, or at the kitchen table and is usually stressful and can drag out for months. DivorceHotel, however, is all about a unique divorce experience.
Steps for Implementing Your Parenting Plan
Too often, co-parents put together a Parenting Plan without consideration for how to implement the plan.
The High Stakes of Adultery in the Military
Military members are held to a higher standard than civilians and can be prosecuted for having committed adultery.
“Paying Child Support Really Ticks Me Off!”
As you walk through the factors involved with the child support and start plugging in numbers, the parent that ends up facing the obligation of paying child support seems to fall apart.
Creative Financial Co-Parenting, Part III
Parents must have an agreement in place regarding which child-related expenses should be shared in order for any plan to work.
Creative Financial Co-Parenting, Part II
There are a wide variety of apps available which help support co-parenting communication. In addition, many of these apps offer expense management tools for co-parents as well.
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