Is retirement possible, post-divorce?

What should you do when divorce hits you by surprise?

Are women ever blind-sided by the prospect of divorce? Unfortunately, yes. Certainly, no woman should ever get blind-sided by divorce. Aren’t there warning signs? And—topic of this article—if you get blind-sided, what should you do?

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Life Spans – Bridge Divorce Strategies Newsletter

Financial tips for high-asset divorce cases

Not every divorcing couple has millions of dollars in assets to divide. It’s called “the one percent” for a reason.

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Life Spans – Bridge Divorce Strategies Newsletter

How I became a team player (for you)

I help divorcing women. I help attorneys. How did I get into this? And how does this affect you?

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Is retirement possible, post-divorce?

Is your husband hiding money?

Is your husband hiding money? This is a common fear amojng women facing divorce.

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How to Avoid Divorce Burnout

As a family law attorney, you’ve chosen, as a career, an emotionally violent sport. Divorce is hard. It's challenging. You spend a good portion of your days seeing, and dealing with, people at their absolute worst. Unfortunately, they sometimes take it out on you.

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Is retirement possible, post-divorce?

Is it too late to start talking about retirement?

Is it too late to start talking about retirement? Quick answer: No.

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Is retirement possible, post-divorce?

The special finances of divorce with special-needs children

If you’re facing divorce and have a special-needs child, this article is for you. Or if you know someone in that situation, this article is for them.

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Life Spans – Bridge Divorce Strategies Newsletter

Why Do I Work With Women?

But my specialty, my focus, is on women. Divorcing women. Why is that?

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Life Spans – Bridge Divorce Strategies Newsletter

Divorce Season vs. Tax Season

As a family-law attorney, you know all about divorce season. The new inquiries peak in January and February, year after year.

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Is retirement possible, post-divorce?

Good news and bad news from the state of Arizona

The state of Arizona recently created what you might call an “online alimony calculator.” There are two good things about this.

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