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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Lifestyle Analysis in Divorce

Why do you need a lifestyle analysis? In North Carolina, when considering the amount, duration, and manner of payment of alimony, the court considers 16 factors, one of which is the standard of living of the spouses established during the marriage.  If you’ve hired an attorney, one of the things he or she will ask […]

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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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Planning Divorce? Gather Financial Documents

Why it is so important to gather financial documents when planning divorce Thinking you might be divorcing or already planning divorce?  One of the worst positions you can be in when you are in the divorce process is having no access to the financial documents and being in the dark about your income and investments. What […]

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