My Divorce is Over… Now What?

My Divorce is Over… Now What?

Whether your divorce was a high conflict or fairly co-operative experience, you will cross the finish line and look up at some point wondering what the next step is. Do you have names that need to change, titles that need to be revised, or beneficiaries that need to...
Should Your Keep Your House in a Divorce?

Should Your Keep Your House in a Divorce?

The marital home is almost always a hot topic of debate in divorce situations. If you have concerns over your marital home in divorce, you are not alone. Not only do you have the financial issues to deal with, there are often sentimental attachments to the home. The...
The 401(k) PLAN AND YOUR DIVORCE

The 401(k) PLAN AND YOUR DIVORCE

By Denise French, MAFF, CVA, CDFA, CRPC Divorce itself is an emotionally charged, troubling process. When you add major financial decisions to the mix it can create a recipe for disaster. Our goal is to help litigants make sense of the financial maze they face in...
ROTH IRA IN DIVORCE

ROTH IRA IN DIVORCE

By Denise French, MAFF, CVA, CDFA, CRPC Divorce itself is an emotionally charged, troubling process. Add major financial decisions to the mix and divorce can be a recipe for disaster. Litigants are forced to make life altering financial decisions during a time of...
The Downside of DIY Divorce

The Downside of DIY Divorce

With the increasing popularity of Pinterest, the concept of “do-it-yourself” or “DIY” projects have become enticing for many. I don’t consider myself to be the least bit crafty but have taken on daunting projects like painting kitchen cabinets (I swear, never again)...
How Much Divorce Settlement is Enough?

How Much Divorce Settlement is Enough?

So, what could have been one of the biggest and messiest divorce stories of the decade has come to a rather quick conclusion. Jeff and MacKenzie Bezos have come to an agreement on their divorce. If you need me to bring you up to speed, a $137 Billion Dollars were at...

Reclaiming Who You Are Post-Divorce

By Melissa Adkins It took me a long time to accept that the only thing worse than my fear of my own emptiness, was the emptiness of my bottomed-out relationship with my husband of nearly 12 years. We are good people, and we are good parents, but that doesn’t make two...
Finding Hidden Assets

Finding Hidden Assets

By Denise French, MAFF, CVA, CDFA, CRPC A woman who is considering divorce met with us recently. She has been a stay at home mom for 25 years and her husband has been the primary breadwinner. Other than the bank accounts, he has kept their passwords protected, their...