The financial impact of divorce on the family is one of the leading concerns couples have entering the divorce process. For most families, the family home is their largest single investment. What are you options? Should you sell your home when you divorce? Should you keep it and co-own it? What about renting it out? This can be one of… Read More
by Thea Glazer, CFP®, CDFA™, MS Accounting
Glazer Financial Advisors
When dividing property in a divorce settlement, stock options and restricted stock may be part of the marital estate. This brief overview provides a basic understanding of the factors you need to take into consideration. It does not go into all the many tax and technical issues that are aspects… Read More
San Diego’s inaugural “Divorce Options” workshop on Oct. 22 brought the acclaimed program developed by Collaborative Practice California to individuals seeking information about their choices regarding divorce.
Led by Collaborative Family Law Group of San Diego volunteers including attorney and Certified Family Law Specialist Shawn Weber, coach and Licensed Clinical Social Worker Anne Janda, and forensic accountant Anna M. Addleman,… Read More
by Meredith G. Lewis, Esq.
Certified Legal Specialist-Family Law
Certified Divorce Financial Analyst
Lewis, Warren & Setzer, LLP
For the first several years of my family law practice, I represented clients who were looking to the judicial system to make decisions regarding their children, finances and property. These clients felt it appropriate to provide a judge who didn’t personally know… Read More
by Robin DeVito, Attorney at Law
One of the more difficult issues facing people getting divorced is the issue of spousal support. For both parties, questions generally focus on how much support will be, and how long is it paid.
There are three types of spousal support orders.
The first: Money is paid for spousal support for a period of… Read More