Pre-Divorce or Dissolution
If you’re facing divorce, it can be crucial to consider your financial arrangements as soon as possible.
Separating income and assets can be significant work, decisions can be difficult, and the process can be lengthy and costly.
A reliable partner and financial trusted advisor
If you’re facing divorce, it can be crucial to consider your financial arrangements as soon as possible. Working with a CDFA® (Certified Divorce Financial Analyst) can save time, money, and stress.You’ll want to consider the future impacts on your finances, the tax ramifications, and more. Decisions made today can continue to impact your life for years to come and affect how you start your next chapter.
A customized financial strategy designed to meet you where you are
It’s our role to provide education and break down complicated financial issues so that each spouse can understand their financial circumstances. Some items we will review in particular:
- Expected levels of income and budgets post-divorce
- Marital assets and their values
- Potential tax impacts on your assets
- Valuation of pensions
- Mortgage qualifications
If you were a spouse not actively involved in financial matters while married, I encourage you to get organized and engaged in separating assets before your divorce for a fair settlement for both parties. It’s important to us that both parties feel confidence and security in their financial future moving forward.
Using a certified mediator with Blue Anchor
Using a certified mediator (NACM) can help you maintain control of the process of decision-making. By staying in control (and out of court), both parties have the chance to be more satisfied with the outcomes. Additionally, parties are more likely to abide by mutually agreed upon decisions. Over 85% of the time if both parties enter mediation in good faith, a mutual agreement can be made.