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FAMILY CFO: Taking the Reins on Your Finances After a Loss

Taking the Reins on Your Finances After a Loss

It is often just after the most difficult moment in one’s life when she is suddenly forced to take over responsibility for her own or her family’s finances. 1,387 more words


Key College Planning Questions for Divorcing Parents

When a couple with children divorces, they need to consider how college expenses will now be planned. Will their original thinking about paying for college look different? 361 more words


May 10 2015: Update Florida Family Law case Erp v. Erp 2Do5-3144 2Do6-1934

The main issue in this Divorce case was the Unilateral action, intimidation and abuse by the now Ex-Husband, Albert J. Erp. as President of the Company. 93 more words

Family Law

What you should know about QDROs

A Qualified Domestic Relations Order (QDRO) is a legal document that directs the administrator of a pension plan to give a certain amount of an employee’s pension to his/her non-employee ex-spouse after the divorce is final. 8 more words

I am Thinking of Getting a Divorce. Where Should I Start?

You should begin by surrounding yourself with the professionals who can guide you through the divorce process. At a minimum, you will need a family law attorney practicing in your area, and a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst™ (CDFA™). 98 more words

Bucks County Child Support

The Skinny on FAT Divorce Costs Part II

Consistent with our mission of assisting clients in making informed financial decisions throughout the divorce process, we are doing a 3 Part Blog Series on the costs associated with obtaining a divorce.  561 more words

Divorce Financial Planning