Whether you have hired an attorney or not, there are financial decisions you will make as part of your divorce process and they will probably impact the rest of your life. Would you like to be able to negotiate a divorce settlement understanding the long and short term implication of your decisions. Would having a thinking partner on your side, someone with experience in divorce finances, that can help you address the financial issues at hand be helpful?
During this challenging chapter, it is important to have someone that is uniquely qualified to help you with the financial aspects of divorce and is also empathetic to the emotional roller coaster it can become. As your thinking partner and ally, Jessica Garcia is the person to have in your corner during this time of transition.
We invite you to take an important next step. Schedule an initial consultation, a complimentary phone conversation, no obligation. We will discuss your needs and how we may help you in this journey of divorce. Based in North Carolina, we serve clients throughout the U.S.
When it comes time to divide marital assets, and other financial decisions to be made, it is important to be well-informed and rely on someone with a financial background. We will explore the best scenarios to consider in your negotiations and work through the relevant issues with you.
Sometimes you have a good handle on the finances, but overwhelm seems to be the mode of each day, you need an objective thinking partner with a fresh perspective. We will focus on what is important to you to bring about new ideas, renewed clarity of thought, and walk you through the divorce process.
For couples who want to work through the financial issues together, we can help. The husband and wife will each have a CDFA partnering with them as we work through the scenarios. You and your spouse will determine the options to consider, with our guidance, so you can take these to your respective attorneys for drafting of the documents.
Generally speaking, the dependent spouse suffers more financially during divorce. Sometimes, that is a woman, and it becomes even more important to understand your finances and what they may look like in the future. You want to minimize financial vulnerability in the long run. Even if you are the primary wage earner, having someone that is on your side of the table is important during this process.
According to yourdivorcequestions.org the financial burden is greatest during the first year after divorce and varies depending on: (1) how much money the woman contributed to the family income before divorce, and (2) the ability and willingness of her former husband to make child support payments.
When you’re dealing with the complexities of a divorce, you need financial expertise that’s both trustworthy and customized to your individual situation. We know it is an especially challenging time, even when you are comfortable with your personal finances.
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