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Why Should you work with a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst and a Board Certified Family Lawyer?

For many, proceeding into a divorce when you do not know about any of the family finances is, to say the least, scary.  It should scare you.  You don’t know how your money is invested, and you may not even understand the myriad of investments available. You may have already hired a family lawyer, who …

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Kids and the Home

If you have young children, “Bird nesting”, may be an option to explore for sharing the home when you divorce as discussed in the link below.  I know that during the separation many decisions had to be made and I did not want to disrupt the children any more than possible.  The article explains the idea …

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Financial Dos and Don’ts Over 50

Fidelity has a wonderful article about the Financial Dos and Don’ts Over 50 with comments from Ginita Wall, co-founder of WIFE.org (Women’s Institute for Financial Education) and of the Second Saturday divorce workshops, SecondSaturday Divorce Workshop. There are many things that are specific to those divorcing over 50 such as healthcare, retirement and Social Security …

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10 Things Every Woman Should Know About Divorce – when it comes to the Emotional side

I came across this great article in Woman’s Day Magazine and wanted to share it with you.  I speak about the “10 Financial Pitfalls to Avoid When Going Through a Divorce”, but this article was excellent on the emotional side.  The workshop I host each Second Saturday deals with the Legal, Emotional and Financial Issues …

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First things first

Many people think about divorce in the past tense – who earned the most money, who saved the most money, who spent the most money, etc… In present tense, I can tell you from experience (yes, I have been divorced not once, but twice unfortunately) that most of us operate from an emotional aspect. Let …

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