Divorce Planning and Analysis

We don’t need to recite the cold hard truth, you probably already know. It is estimated that over two million people in America will divorce each year.

The old adage “Marriage is about Love, Divorce is about Money” only begins to describe the emotional and financial issues that accompany divorce. Part of our practice includes working with divorcing individuals and their attorneys, mediators and collaborative teams to provide clarity on the critical financial issues that arises before, during and after divorce.

Divorce Financial Planning is the aspect of divorce that probably keeps people awake most at night:

  • Will I be financially OK after divorce?
  • Do I need alimony?
  • Can I afford to pay my spouse alimony?
  • Can I afford to keep the house?
  • Can I keep my pension or will I have to give half to my spouse?
  • Will I have to go back to work, and if so, what will I do and how much do I need to earn?

Helping you find answers to all your financial questions is an important component of our job as well as utilizing the special training that Rodney Loesch and Jesse Snow have obtained through advanced study with The Institute for Divorce Financial Analysts as well as Rodney’s training as a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ practitioner.

We think the most important component of this area of financial planning is not just the immediate answers, but projections on how your financial future will look 20 years after the divorce. The one additional hard truth is that “Equal Is Not Necessarily Fair”. What looks fair and equitable today may not be five or ten years from now once factors of inflation, taxes, market risk and cost of living impact a settlement. The time to find that out is before the judge inks the final divorce decree.

As with any of our financial planning engagements the initial visit is at no charge and with no obligation. At our first visit we can explore if what we have to offer fits with the services you need and can afford. Call today or simply hit the “CONTACT US” tab.

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