Determining whether you’re entitled to take money from your joint account during your divorce process can be tricky. Shawn Leamon provides great tips.
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You may decide to sell your property without the consent of your spouse. When accepting an offer, you’ll need signatures from everyone on the grant deed.
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Examining the difference between how men and women negotiate salaries. Male or female, in any negotiation the key is to be fully prepared!
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Costs for separation & divorce extends well beyond your day in court. For those parting ways, there are some important financial pinch points to consider.
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Often the person who the court does not rule in favor of will receive a number of other assets in place of the property. (1 min 21 sec read)
If one spouse decides that they want to keep the family home there are a few ways the situation can be handled. See your options. (3 min 24 sec read)
The Certified Divorce Financial Advisor (CDFA) consultants traditionally work with people to plan their future post-divorce.
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Only you can decide whether your eventual reward will be worth the time and expense of a trial. Make sure you understand the pitfalls you’re likely to encounter.
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Considering selling your home post-breakup? Here are many things to consider.
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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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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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Know what your tax implications are from your divorce and understand what it means for you.
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This article outlines some ways for you and your ex to get on the same page and better coManage your kids’ money.
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