In this article, I’ll review some of the more common ways divorce transition assistance is done in the CDFA® world— the money side of the equation—but I’ll also shine a light on the human side.
Divorce after the age of 50 is more and more common. And so is the fact that divorce after age 50 can be financially devastating, especially if you’re close to planned retirement.
Missy Day and Jill Branson, the duo who manage Fifty Shades of Blonde, hosted Andrew Hatherley to discuss divorce finance and why you need a CDFA®.
How much alimony is needed? And how long should it be paid? How do you find the right number? As a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst, I project 20 years into the future for both parties. All expenses, income, assets and liabilities are included. Essentially, this is a full financial plan for each person
It’s more than a house, its a financial asset with tax implications. A mediated divorce with a financial neutral CDFA® can take that into consideration in your settlement discussions.