Budgets

Five Critical Factors That Must Be Evaluated For a Positive Result

You can dramatically improve your chances of starting your new life on sound financial footing if you look beyond the divorce settlement and analyze the impact that your decisions will have on your finances in the short and long-term future. For example, the decision of who will own and occupy the family home certainly has [...]

By | 2017-08-04T09:31:02+00:00 June 20th, 2017|Budgets, Costs of Divorce, Women and Divorce|0 Comments

5 Potentially Bad Divorce Decisions
(and how to avoid making them)

Going it alone or excluding a Financial Divorce Analyst from your divorce team can lead to bad decisions that will have a negative impact on your future financial security. Here's a short list of the potentially worst decisions that individuals have made and continue to make as emotions take hold. 1. Trading your share [...]

Divorce with a Financial Divorce Analyst™ is a no-brainer

Many times, Divorce Mediation can be the most cost-effective, lowest conflict, process of all of the divorce settlement options. Currently, the majority of divorce mediators are either mental health practitioners or attorneys who help couples make decisions regarding the legal, child custody, and financial issues of the divorce settlement. Certified Divorce Financial Analysts (CDFA™) [...]

Maryland Divorce Financial Statements – Time for a change?

Prior to October 1st, 2010, the Maryland Child Support Guidelines had not been amended for 22 years. According to the Department of Family Administration website, the long form financial statement that’s used in the majority of divorce cases was last revised in 2001. Is it time for a change? Judges and Masters, who are under immense [...]

By | 2017-07-31T12:24:41+00:00 April 21st, 2011|Budgets, Divorce Financial Planning|0 Comments