What is a Financial Affidavit in Divorce?

  There is a specific legal format for presenting financial information to in divorce court so that it is presented uniformly.  In most divorce cases, you and your spouse will have to prepare and file a “Financial Affidavit”.  (Note: Financial Affidavits are called different things in different states. For example, in New Jersey, it’s called […]

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Affordable Divorce? Yes it’s Possible!

When I tell people what I do, I say I help people have a kinder, less fearful, more affordable and financially guided (or smart) divorce.  Working with a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst (CDFA) is a smart solution for having an affordable divorce, and this is why. Where I live, the typical family law attorney retainer […]

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Avoid financial pitfalls in a gray divorce

Gray divorce is the new trend Although many think that after many, many years of marriage it will surely last “till death do us part”, more and more baby boomers are divorcing after 20, 25 even 35 years of marriage.  Although this is not official, my examination of New Hanover County, North Carolina court files […]

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