Planning for Divorce
Wherever you are in the process, we’ll work closely with you to help you operate from a position of greater knowledge, strength, and confidence.
We’ll also work closely with your other dedicated professionals — divorce attorneys, mediators, estate attorneys, accountants — to arrive at the comprehensive solutions.
There is no perfect divorce.
Even the most amicable have money at stake. And statistically, women are the ones who lose1. We’re changing those statistics every day by guiding women in their financial decisions before, during, and after divorce.
You haven't filed yet, but it’s not too soon to start planning...
Planning is always advantageous.
Planning for divorce — establishing your goals and putting a series of if/then equations in place to help meet them — gives you your best shot at a strong outcome.
You have a right to feel good about your finances after divorce.
So you’ve already filed for divorce...
Beth Kraszewski's and Morgan Ziegler's CDFA/Certified Divorce Financial Analyst designation means they are both uniquely qualified to manage the projections so you have a clear concept of the financial ramifications of decisions you need to make. Then they’ll give you an idea of how you can invest your settlement to help make your post-divorce vision a reality.
Divorce is hard enough. You shouldn’t have to live with bad decisions for the rest of your life.
You just signed your divorce papers.
But do you feel confident moving forward with your life?
Do yourself a favor:
Take a deep breath and take a break from making any more big decisions. Know that with few exceptions, if you stay on the path we lay out together, you will be happier and more confident in the future than you imagine. We’re here to help you get there!
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