Why You Need a Divorce Financial Planner
A question we’re often asked is “I know I need an attorney for my divorce, but are there other professionals I should hire?” Absolutely! Attorneys know the law, but law school does not provide the necessary training to completely offer divorce financial planning advice. You need a divorce financial planner. Someone with the experience, expertise, education, and ethics to model your specific finances. When we do math modeling with couples going through divorce, nobody ends up in a financially stressed household. We'll show you how you and your spouse will pay your bills after the divorce and on what financial foundation you'll build future wealth. We start by creating what we call a base case - a model that shows where you are today as a couple and then where you're going as two separate people. You'll then want to share this model with your attorney because, armed with your divorce financial planner and our reports, you'll have the financial confidence to enter into negotiation. Call us today to avoid going into negotiations unprepared. Your financial future depends on it.
Love-Jacked! Divorce Your Spouse, Not Your Dollars
Excerpt From Kirkus Reviews
The book begins with an outline of current divorce models, from those negotiated entirely without lawyers to those dragged through the overburdened family law courts. Her central argument is that, for most people, there's a better way: fair negotiation through financial planning. Through a series of examples and anecdotes, she builds a convincing case for making professional financial planning the centerpiece of a successful divorce.
Excerpt from Amazon review (from a former divorce lawyer)
This author provides an alternative to the "shot in the dark" approach. An approach that takes much of the mystery out of the divorce finances. It does a great job of surveying the traditional approaches and detailing a very effective approach to dealing with finances in divorce.