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How The Divorce Financial Planning Process Works

You may be wondering how the divorce financial planning process works. To get you through your divorce negotiations successfully, you’ll need a road map which is our flat fee financial analysis.  For this analysis, we first talk about what you need and what you want.  Then we look at what you owe, what you own,…

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We’re Getting Divorced – Will I Get Spousal Support?

A question we’re often asked is “Will I get spousal support?”. The answer is, maybe.  Spousal support, also known as alimony or maintenance, is a transfer of income, generally from the spouse who earns more to the spouse who earns less. It’s often based on the ability of the higher earner to pay and the…

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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,…

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I Just Got Divorced, Now What?

People often come to us and ask “I just got divorced, now what do I do?”. You’ve just come through one of life’s toughest transitions.  Now it’s time to become the best steward of your successfully negotiated settlement going forward.  To help you do that, American Capital Planning can provide fee-only, financial planning and fiduciary…

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We’re Getting Divorced – Will I Get Spousal Support?

A question we’re often asked is “Will I get spousal support?”. The answer is, maybe.  Spousal support, also known as alimony or maintenance, is a transfer of income, generally from the spouse who earns more to the spouse who earns less. It’s often based on the ability of the higher earner to pay and the…

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What Does Fiduciary Mean?

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Divorce

Just the word, divorce, can be upsetting to some people. But this word describes best what is actually happening. We could say transition, dissolution, disunion, split or several others. The reason we use ‘divorce’ is because it describes a legal declaration dissolving a marriage and our work in this area is focused solely on the…

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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,…

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