Business Assets and Divorce

When Financial Divorce Tactics Trump Sound Financial Planning

There are times when a CDFA’s financial recommendations fly straight in the face of sound financial planning strategies. Since 2008, there have been a few cases where the Divorce Financial Planner has apologized to divorcing spouses, “I know you came to me help you get divorced, but we have to address financial survival first.” [...]

Divorce and Business Ownership- A “Tangled Web”

Divorce and closely-held business interests owned by either spouse is a combination that can add significant challenges and costs to a negotiated Marital Separation and Divorce Agreement. Under Maryland divorce laws, business ownership (100% or partial) is considered Marital Property if the ownership was started or the business has increased in value during the [...]

Maryland Divorce Advice for Women
7 Tips to Avoid Financial Disaster

A Divorce in Maryland can be very expensive. It can leave either spouse at risk for financial disaster, including bankruptcy. Advance divorce financial planning will greatly improve one's chances of an equitable settlement. These practical measures can take to minimize your costs or, at least, keep them under control: Do not get stuck on [...]