Divorce-Planning-Checklist

Divorce Planning Checklist: How to Prepare Your Finances Ahead of Time

Divorce affects every aspect of your life from your day-to-day activities to your financial future. While any couple may experience divorce, people between the ages of 55 and 64, members of the military, and people in second marriages are at the highest risk.

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Is retirement possible, post-divorce?

NPD redux

I recently wrote an entire article about men with narcissistic personality disorder or NPD.

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Unending Loose Ends

As a family-law attorney, I know you like to get a sense of closure when you wrap up a divorce case. Once you get the decree, you’re ready, mentally, to move on to other cases.

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What Happens To Retirement Funds In A Divorce? What To Know And Plan For

What Happens To Retirement Funds In A Divorce? What To Know And Plan For

Almost no one plans their retirement with divorce in mind, but it happens. The U.S. Census Bureau reports that divorce rates are highest among people aged 55-64 — those just ready to retire.

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How to Avoid Going To Court When Getting Divorced

How to Avoid “Going to Court” When Getting Divorced

Most people getting divorced want to avoid going to Court. Technically, everyone must “go to court” in Arizona to get a divorce. But it’s really not court people want to avoid, it’s litigation. 

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Is retirement possible, post-divorce?

Taxing Obligations

You want to pay the absolute least amount of taxes that the law allows.

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Graphic Details

As a numbers nerd (I’m a CPA, a Certified Financial Planner™ professional, and a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst® professional), I spend a lot of time in Excel spreadsheets, helping attorneys like you to get the best settlements for the women they represent in divorce.

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Spousal and Child Maintenance: How Bridge Divorce Strategies Can Help Ensure Your Post-Divorce Financial Stability

Going through a divorce can wreak havoc on your finances as well as your emotions. For many women, therefore, divorce is not just heartbreaking, it's also scary. "How will I support myself post-divorce?" is a question I hear frequently.

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Maintaining Your Health and Wellness Through Divorce

Maintaining Your Health and Wellness Through Divorce

After 23 years of marriage, my husband looked at me in counseling and said “I feel like I’m running a marathon with you, and you’ve put me ten miles back. If you can’t forgive me for how I’ve treated you for 23 years, maybe you should just go.”

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Is retirement possible, post-divorce?

NPD and Stockholm Syndrome

There are ways to deal with an NPD in divorce. While he’ll use emotions against you, they don’t work against him. Know what does? Math.

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