Parents must have an agreement in place regarding which child-related expenses should be shared in order for any plan to work.
The 401(K) Plan and Your Divorce
Couples who are going through divorce and simply don’t have the financial means to get professional assistance are reliant upon DIY divorce.
Estate Planning is for Everyone, Not Just the Wealthy
There is a misconception that estate planning is only necessary for the wealthy, but the truth is estate planning is for nearly everyone.
Creating Room in Your Budget in 2019!
How much extra can we find by doing a pocket check of whole budget? Allow me to give you a few suggestions for finding money in the REAL world in 2019.
Before You Decide To Divorce
When you fell in love and got married, you never imagined that your relationship could drift so far from those initial feelings. The love, respect, and admiration that once flourished morphed into something unrecognizable and even dysfunctional right before your eyes.
Removing Your Relationship Blinders
Are you beginning another new year with uncertainty? Uncertain about your marriage? No clarity around your finances?
That First Holiday Season After Separation or Divorce
Is this the first time since the birth of your babies that you will be forced to spend at least part of the Holiday without your children because of separation or divorce?
Can You Really Budget For The Big Christmas Spend?
In our Smarter Money Solutions programs, we teach participants how to anticipate every possibility throughout the year, including all the holiday gift giving.
Can a Divorce Mediator Really Be Neutral?
The simple answer is yes, a divorce mediator can easily stay neutral. The simple why, because they are trained to be sympathetic to the needs of both parties.
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- Review your financial situation and settlement possibilities.
- Map out a plan for transitioning to the next phase of your life.
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- Connect you with any other resources you’ll need in your process.