Choose this service for in-depth help with preparing a financial affidavit, budgeting and general personal finance education. This is especially useful for the spouse who did not handle the finances and needs help with the basics. It is also helpful for those who want to look at various settlement scenarios before beginning negotiation.
Some couples agree to revisit aspects of the agreement including maintenance, child support, and other items based on changes in income or asset after the divorce is final. With this service, we'll rerun the analysis annually and provide advice based on changes in one or both of the individuals' finances post-decree.
The goal is to help the couple retain control of the process and the decisions made. We provide expert advice regarding an equitable split of assets and liabilities. We consider tax efficiency and wealth preservation, but allow you to decide what will ultimately work for you. This leads to a lasting and peaceful agreement.
Collaborative law financial neutral
When you use collaborative law as the way to get divorced, we act as the financial neutral on your team. We will help answer your financial questions, work with one or both spouses on post-divorce budgets, analyze cash flow and net worth projections and help with tax implications of decisions you are making.
A pre-decision analysis helps answer questions such as: What is a marital asset and what is separate property? How has the management of these assets during the marriage affected my status? What are the potential financial issues that should concern me?