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What You Should Know About Filing Your 2021 Taxes After Divorce

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Divorce is never easy. It’s filled with twists and turns that you usually don’t see coming. But when you use a non-adversarial approach, such as the collaborative divorce process, you both will work with a team of professionals that can help guide both of you and help you sort out your tax filing needs. One of the professionals on the… Read More

Putting Your Finances in Order Before Your Divorce – Join Us for Divorce Options(TM) San Diego Workshop, February 5

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Your finances play a big role in your divorce.  Make sure you understand what you will need for your divorce and why. Join us on February 5 to learn how a Financial Specialist can help you. Learn more about our workshops and RSVP here.… Read More

When Going Through A Divorce Who’s Responsible for Your Children’s College Education? – Join Us for Divorce Options San Diego Workshop, September 18

Your child’s college education is an important part of your divorce process. It is one of the many financial aspects that need to be discussed with your collaborative divorce team.  Join us on September 18 to learn what steps you should take to help pay for your child’s college education. Learn more about our workshops and RSVP here.… Read More

Credit Cards and Divorce: Who’s Responsible

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Divorce brings many daunting and exhausting questions to try to answer, but it doesn’t have to be that way. Let me tell you why. When you choose the collaborative divorce process over a court litigated divorce, you and your spouse will have access to a team of experts, such as a neutral financial advisor, mental health professionals, child specialist, divorce… Read More

Financially Preparing for Divorce

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Getting a divorce is stressful both emotionally and financially. There is no doubt about it! There are so many “plates” to keep spinning at the same time, but did you know when you use a collaborative divorce process, you and your spouse are surrounded by a team of experts that are willing to help you keep your “plates” spinning, with… Read More

Divorce and Your Finances

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Divorce is often the biggest financial transaction of your life. What to do with the house? How to divide retirement accounts?  What about college? How to pay the bills?  Divorce often results in a decreased standard of living for everyone involved, at least for the short term.  In addition, you are making these decisions under stress, which can mean that… Read More

Are you making any financial mistakes in your divorce? – Join Us for Divorce Options San Diego Workshop, October 3

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When going through a divorce there are financial mistakes that can be made.  Learning how to manage your finances during and after your divorce can help tremendously. Join us on October 3 to understand the financial steps you need to take when you divorce. Learn more about our workshops and RSVP here.… Read More

Don’t Let the Holidays Wreck Your Finances

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We tend to put financial pressure on ourselves to make up for our divorce or separation by overindulging in purchasing Christmas gifts for our loved ones that are way beyond our budget. Here are some secrets we can share with you to help curb your overspending this holiday season: Create a holiday budget to include: Travel expenses, including gas, hotel… Read More

Don’t Let a Gray Divorce Put You In The Red Financially

                        The issues surrounding a “Grey Divorce” – divorcing in your 50s, 60s, or later years  – present many of the same issues that occur when divorcing at earlier ages. However, the fact the divorce is happening later in life can present unique financial challenges.  There is less time… Read More