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Contemplating Divorce? Take an Asset Inventory Now!

Ask ten different people what’s the first thing you should do if you are contemplating a divorce and you will get ten different answers.  But ask a CDFA™ (Certified Divorce Financial Analyst) what the first thing is you should do, and they should say, take an asset inventory. 823 more words


Have You Read Your Divorce Agreement Lately?

The Most Important thing you need to do after your divorce is final – READ YOUR DIVORCE AGREEMENT!

Sounds like a no-brainer right?  But in my experience, I have found that many people never take the time to read their divorce agreement after the divorce.   1,166 more words


College and Divorce -Take the Right Write-Off

If you have a child in college and the child receives a Form 1098-T, you may be able to take advantage of one of three different education tax benefits.  1,321 more words


My Divorce - How I Handled The Marital Home - Part 2

This is the second part of my previous blog post, Part 1.

The suspense must be killing you…what did I do – buy, sell, rent or continue to live in the home? 1,060 more words


My Divorce - How I Handled the Marital Home, Part 1

The best way to write an article about something, is to actually experience what you are writing about.  I firmly believe that one cannot possibly understand what it is like to go through a divorce, unless you have experienced it yourself.   903 more words


Divorce? 7 Things To Do First

Here’s what you need to know

If you or your partner are considering divorce, then you already know that this is one of the most stressful times in your relationship, possibly in your life. 801 more words

Divorce Mediation

What Makes Divorce Mediation Work?

Mediation is a confidential settlement process in which a trained, neutral settlement expert – the “mediator” — facilitates communication between the parties.  Without deciding the issues or imposing a solution on the parties, the mediator enables them to better understand each other’s positions and to reach mutually agreeable resolution to their disputes. 341 more words