People say I make sense of their money and divorce
You may be thinking… Why would I want to hire a CPA if I’m going through a divorce? Can’t my divorce attorney work through my financial concerns?
The short answer is, no. The fact is: An attorney is your best advisor to help you navigate the legal complexities of divorce. But when it comes to money — and especially how divorce might affect your family and retirement — you need the knowledge and expertise of a divorce financial professional.
For the past 15 years, I’ve helped individuals and couples gain greater transparency of their money, plan for their post-divorce needs and provide invaluable considerations to help support retirement goals during divorce negotiations.
Making the most of your money and divorce
- Collaborative divorce support — Divorce done differently, collaborative offers couples a peaceful means to creatively and cooperatively negotiate the terms of their divorce.
- Divorce transition services — Giving you the hope, confidence and strategy to make sense of your money in a dpost-divorce lifestyle.
What’s your biggest question about money and divorce?
Divorce can feel like a jigsaw puzzle at times, often with more questions than answers. Having spent the better part of 20 years piecing it together for couples amidst separation, I know many of the common questions and concerns most have (and even some they’ve never even considered.)
Using the short form below, ask me your most puzzling questions about money and divorce — and I’ll send a reply your way.