Some of your family, friends or neighbors may be going through a divorce. Heck, you may be divorced yourself. Many people are. About half of all marriages in the U.S. end in divorce.
Going through a separation or divorce can be very difficult. It’s not unusual to feel sad, angry, frustrated, stressed or confused. Most people need outside help to successfully navigate divorce. In addition to legal and financial help negotiating a marital settlement, it might also mean professionals to help your children adjust to a new lifestyle, get you back on your feet if you’ve been out of the workforce, redraft your important estate planning documents, downsize your home, help you find new health insurance, or right-size your budget.
That’s why we want you to know you can always call on us to help make the process easier.
We’re founding members of the National Association of Divorce Professionals, a local and national community of high-achieving professionals who seek to make a positive impact on the divorce process.
We meet regularly to forge strategic alliances with other professionals you can call on during the divorce process. We also share valuable insights and information with colleagues so we can deliver the best service, and advice, to clients going through divorce. Our group includes attorneys, accountants, realtors, mental health experts, and numerous other professionals. We all work together to help you, or those you care about, navigate this difficult and stressful time.
The Takeaway: So many elements of the divorce process touch on financial decisions, and without experienced counsel, you risk making uninformed choices that can haunt you and your family for years. Please don’t hesitate to call on us if we can help you or those you care about navigate the challenging process of separation or divorce, or give you a referral to another professional. Our goal is to make the journey easier, so you can look forward to forging a productive new life on the other side.