Start with a plan first. Create your own specific plan or checklist During the divorce process you completed a Financial Inventory so you likely have in your possession a copy
Why Collaborative Divorce is Best for Children
A litigated divorce is the only way to dissolve a marriage for some people. A judge decides the elements of the divorce and brings the curtains down. However, couples with
How to Choose The Best Divorce Mediator in Hartford for Your Case
Going through a divorce is a painful ordeal for many couples. But with the help of a competent divorce mediator, you can sail through the process with less friction and
The Importance of Creating A Premarital Agreement
A premarital agreement is an essential aspect of modern marriages. It can help avert marital issues that may jeopardize your financial matters or interests. This blog post breaks down the
Is Collaborative Divorce Right For You?
Collaborative Divorce: What is it & is it right for you? The number of divorcing couples in the United States has gone down. However, about 1 million couples are still
7 Mistakes to Avoid When Hiring a Divorce Attorney in Hartford, CT
The divorce process can be one of the most stressful things people can endure without a divorce lawyer. From the heartbreak of a broken family to the possibility of losing
Social Security Benefits and Divorce
Financial Mistakes Divorce Mediation Couples often make and how to avoid them. The final discussion is on financial mistakes divorcing couples often make is failing to understand social security benefits
How are unvested stock options in a divorce handled?
What about other unvested assets? Here are more financial mistakes divorce mediation couples often make and how to avoid them Unvested Assets and Divorce One such mistake is the failure
Divorce and Finances: Maintain Obligations
Financial Mistakes Divorce Mediation Couples often make and how to avoid them. One such mistake when it comes to divorce and finance is failure to maintain your financial obligation associated
Does a Divorce Mediator Have to Be an Attorney?
In Connecticut, a divorce mediator is not required to be an attorney. They just need to register with the state as a mediator. I strongly recommend that people seeking divorce