Tag Archives: Divorce and Retirement

Retirement & Divorce: What You Need to Know

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The stress levels experienced during a marital separation can seem relentless at times. There are so many different things to remember during your divorce process. One of the most important financial concerns is, how will my divorce change the future of my retirement? Did you know that your social security retirement and disability benefits may change depending on how long… Read More

If we get divorced, what happens to my retirement? – Join Us for Divorce Options San Diego Workshop, May 4

If we get divorced, what happens to my retirement? - Collaborative Practice San Diego - Divorce and Retirement, Collaborative Divorce, Divorce, Retirement
With divorce comes many questions, one of which what can happen to your retirement.  Working with a Financial Planner will provide you with more detail on how to manage your retirement during divorce. Join us May 4 to get answers to these questions and many more. Learn more about our workshops and RSVP here.… Read More

Seven Steps to Divorce Your Finances from Your Ex

by Ginita Wall, Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Certified Divorce Financial Analyst (CDFA), Certified Financial Planner (CFP®) Even in the best of circumstances, a divorce is a long, arduous, and emotional task. As soon as you finalize the divorce, you might just want to curl up in bed for a few weeks and watch every single thing on Netflix. Not so… Read More

The Baby Boomer Divorce and Why Collaborative Divorce Is a Good Choice for the Over 50 Crowd

by Michele Sacks Lowenstein, Certified Family Law Specialist, Lowenstein Brown A P.L.C. Do you know that 25% of people getting divorced today are over 50? Do you know that getting a divorce late in life presents additional financial consequences? Do you know that people who divorce late in life are more likely than not to seek alternative to litigation? Divorce… Read More