QDROs in Divorce

  Just when you think your divorce is just about over and you’ve reached a settlement agreement with your spouse, your attorney or mediator pipes up: “Now you will need to get a QDRO. It’s going to be an additional cost.” What is a QDRO?” QDRO is an acronym for a...

Debt and Divorce

Debt can be difficult to deal with even in the happiest of marriages but when divorce strikes and emotions are fraught, debt can be added fuel to the fire. There are several ways debt might be addressed when facing divorce. Begin by looking at your home. Divorce is...

Divorce Workshop on Saturday, June 9th

Are you and your family facing the prospect of divorce? You may have many questions with no easy answers. Let us help answer your toughest questions about divorce and your options for moving forward. No matter what your circumstances, you CAN gain control over...

Typical Money Mistakes in Divorce

Divorce, for most people, is emotionally draining. Despite the stress, you will be expected to analyze your finances very carefully to ensure that your settlement agreement is fair and equitable. With “divorce brain”, that’s easier said than done! Even if you feel...

Home Financing After Divorce

Here are some basic questions to ask while assessing your situation regarding home-ownership financing as a divorced person today. Are you ready to buy? Mortgage approval takes into account many factors: steady income history, relatively low debt-to-income ratio and...