Money and You

Is an Amicable Divorce Possible?

January 9, 2017 | Topics: Recent Articles, Articles, Financial Planning, Divorce

 

Your marriage isn’t working - you respect each other but have drifted apart over the years for whatever reason. Now you and your spouse have decided to divorce and close this chapter of your lives. You’ve heard the stories and perhaps witnessed a few horrors through friends or family who have divorced; that doesn’t mean you need to have the same experience.

You didn't expect a divorce: Now what?

February 15, 2016 | Topics: Archived Articles, Articles, Financial Planning, Divorce

At the wedding, who thinks those two little words ”I do” might suddenly lead to the four words “I want a divorce.”? No one expects to get divorced. But now that you’ve heard (or uttered) those four words, what do you do?

Collaborative Divorce

February 25, 2013 | Topics: Archived Articles, Articles, Financial Planning, Divorce

A different approach to a difficult transition.

It may seem a bit ironic to use the words “collaborate” and “divorce” together, but it is an alternative approach to dissolving a marriage that’s worth a close look if you are facing this major life transition.