Knowledge Is Power

We’re passionate about educating people to help them make informed and intentional decisions concerning their divorce. On the blog, you’ll find answers to your most pressing divorce questions, industry insights, and thoughts on how you can make the divorce process as amicable as possible.

How Divorced Parents Can Plan Ahead for College Costs

Planning for college costs is a burden and point of stress for any family with college-bound kids, but for separated and divorced parents the process

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How to Protect Your Financial Future During Divorce

Most people think their greatest asset is their house. They are wrong. Checking account? Wrong again. For the vast majority of women, the most

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8 Things to Look Forward to When You Are Newly Single

Financial Flexibility Even without a shared bank account, romantic relationships are characterized by a sense of mutuality when it comes to divorce

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Money and Marriage: The Importance of Financial Clarity

Money and marriage often go hand in hand. If I were sitting in a room full of female friends and I wanted to talk about sex, we would giggle, poke

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10 Rules for Marriage (and Divorce)

It may surprise many people that the close quarantine requirements of 2020 have not resulted in an increase in divorces, and in fact,

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6 Financial Tips for Navigating Divorce Asset Negotiations

1) Understand the tax implications of each asset As each party negotiates dividing the marital assets, one of the biggest mistakes is not

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Problems with QDROs (Qualified Domestic Relations Orders)

One of the most significant problems with QDROs is not having them prepared before the divorce is final. The reason this is such an enormous

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How to Calculate Social Security Benefits When You’ve Been Divorced

For simplicity, let’s assume that the wife is the lower wage-earning spouse in the examples below. If a couple has been married for 10 years or

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Divorced-Spouse Social Security Benefits: 8 Rules with Examples

When Social Security was first instituted in 1935, most women did not work. So in 1939, as part of a sweeping series of amendments, the system

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