Women and Divorce

Providing spouses penalty-free access to
retirement funds in divorce

Tactical financial divorce advice is particularly critical when it comes to splitting the retirement plans. This article shows how one or both spouses can avoid the 10% early withdrawal penalty. Divorce Settlement Many spouses caught in the trauma of the divorce settlement process face the same problem. They have a need for cash but most [...]

By | 2017-07-31T12:12:02+00:00 June 20th, 2017|Women and Divorce|0 Comments

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

Women and Divorce – Warnings from a Divorce Financial Analyst

Researchers for a University of Utah Report on Divorce cite the following statistics: About one in three women who own a home and have children at home when they divorce lose their homes. Three of four divorced mothers do not receive full payment of child support About one in five women fall into poverty as [...]

Women and Divorce – Crucial Information for a Positive Result

Men and women alike can get caught up in the emotional issues of divorce and each have their own financial issues in the process.The addition of a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst™ to the divorce team can help either or both understand their issues and move forward toward an equitable property divorce settlement. Depending upon [...]

By | 2017-08-04T09:04:59+00:00 June 24th, 2013|Alimony, Pensions, Tax Exemptions, Women and Divorce|0 Comments

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 [...]