The Financial Dangers in Long Marital Separations There are financial dangers in long separations should you ultimately get divorced. This includes the possibility of fewer assets and other unfavorable outcomes. Below I have recreated an actual client experience. Paula is … Continue reading Financial Dangers in Long Separations
Sometimes you need help to get to the financial bottom of things. Even in a simple divorce, it is easy create an unfair settlement if you don’t have the facts about your finances. Whether it is by “accident” or intention, … Continue reading Does Your Divorce Need a Financial Sleuth?
While alimony is no longer a standard part of every divorce settlement there are times it is justified as part of a well-designed financial agreement. This article describes a process and five analyses we provide to help you decide whether … Continue reading Should Alimony Be a Part of Your Divorce?
Sizing Up Your Debts Over the course of a marriage you may have accumulated not only assets, but a number of debts (liabilities) in the form of a mortgage, credit cards, and other types of loans. It is paramount that … Continue reading Dividing Debt in Divorce
YOUR POST DIVORCE “TO DO” LIST FOR FINANCIAL FREEDOM By J. Anthony Licciardello So the divorce is final. The official paperwork has been received and finally the process of getting your new household established is underway. Congratulate yourself on getting … Continue reading Your Post Divorce “To Do” List
It is understandable among divorcing couples to try to keep the marital home. Whether it is to keep stability in the lives of children or because there are emotional attachments to the property, holding on to the home is often … Continue reading Keeping The Marital Home – Considerations
Divorce is the number one life event where people make decisions that set them back financially. By avoiding these top 10 mistakes you will be able to make better decisions that are right for you and your family. by John Licciardello