You have built a marital estate together and now must figure out the best way to divide it. Even with a financial background it can be a daunting task. Not because you lack expertise but rather because it is an emotional time, and having a thinking partner can ensure you focus on the business of divorce.
Our hands on approach allows us to help you prepare for the process and get organized to work with your attorney. Having a clear understanding of the components of your financial picture like income, expenses, assets, is important, as is organizing the information in a clear and cons manner, This will d=save you time and money as you work with legal counsel. Together, we'll craft settlement scenarios for you to consider during negotiations with your spouse. Our services are tailored to help you make well-informed, fair-minded decisions as you become your own best advocate and learn the language of money. We listen without judgement, only with a mission to help you navigate the process.
What we address with clients can include:
Divorce on your own terms. The "Kitchen Table" approach is the method in which a couple seeks to figure out the best way to divide a financial picture without spending it all on the process. If this is what you are looking for, we can help.
We will help you negotiate with your spouse to ensure transparency, where everyone is present and feels heard. You and your spouse will each have a CDFA to work with throughout the process. This confidential and private approach reduces stress and is a less destructive way to reconfigure your family as we craft realistic solutions for your specific needs and concerns.
We find that meeting in 2 hour increments works well, some of what we will do includes:
You are experiencing a major life change. It helps to have a thinking partner work through the process with you, organize your thoughts, and prepare for your future. Our coaching program allows you to select what we will focus on during each of your weekly or bi-weekly 55 minute sessions.
Potential concerns we may address:
· Strategies on next steps
· Preparation for selecting an attorney
· Plans for Pre-Divorce and Post-Divorce Spending
· Assistance managing the paperwork that divorce requires
· Discussion on settlement issues to consider
As well as any other issues that may concern you during the divorce process.