There is a moment in the life of anyone getting a divorce when reality hits home: it is really happening… I’m getting divorced.
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Even after the big items are resolved, there are always many other miscellaneous tasks involved in a breakup. Here’s how to get through.
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The Certified Divorce Financial Advisor (CDFA) consultants traditionally work with people to plan their future post-divorce.
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With the exception of child custody issues, few decisions a court makes are as weighty as those regarding the marital home.
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Family Law is a broad topic, and there are many subsets of specialization within that arena. Below are some questions.
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Why is it important for a parent to prepare for divorce court?
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The pressing decision you face regarding your house during a divorce also presents a unique opportunity to assess your entire financial picture.
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In this article, Shawn Leamon, MBA and Certified Divorce Financial Analyst, explains the concept of intellectual property and how it can impact your settlement.
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Children need protection from adult financial matters until they reach an age when having the right information supports healthy development and skill building.
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From a financial perspective, there are certain pieces of financial information that you need to collect when considering divorce. Find out here.
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Shawn Leamon explains how your credit score works during and after divorce.
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Divorce is financially draining. Understanding tax tips can help you out.
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When parents divorce and chaos hit home, the continuity of school may be a child’s saving grace.
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Know what your tax implications are from your divorce and understand what it means for you.
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Tips to help you balance your budget and save money as a single parent.