Your divorce is finalized, and it’s time to take your first steps forward to starting a new life.
I cannot promise you that a miracle will occur with your children this holiday season. What I can do is urge you to have a positive impact on your children’s lives in a different way.
Whether you’re wrestling with a possible divorce or are newly divorced, the ten steps in this post-divorce guide can help you feel confident and in control of your financial future.
When real estate and mortgage financing are involved, divorcing clients have many questions. Here are the ten top things every divorcing client should take into consideration when dealing with the marital home and/or real estate assets.
Guest author, Heather Davidson, Ed.M., M.A., “Sadly, the divorce process is very broken. Remember, the longer your divorce drags on, the more money your lawyer will make…The money lost hurts not only each of your futures but also your children’s futures. However, with mediation, you and your spouse will hire one lawyer to work collaboratively with you. This reduces the cost of divorce significantly.”
Home is where the heart is – especially during a divorce. One of the biggest concerns couples have is over the house. Who gets the house during a divorce? What happens to the mortgage? Who gets the money from the sale of the home?