Tag Archives: financial neutral

February 11, 2015

Don’t Spare the Financial Neutral

Recently, I had an initial interview with a prospective client who was considering using the services of a Collaborative attorney for his divorce. He and his wife had already done the adversarial “thing” on their own – thus the divorce Continue reading…

May 20, 2014

Plan for Tax Changes During and After Your Divorce

During and after a divorce, tax matters take on new importance since your financial circumstances have probably changed, as has your filing status. If you were in charge of tax returns during your marriage — and especially if you were Continue reading…

January 10, 2014

How a Collaborative Divorce Team Works in a Time Crunch

In a recent collaborative divorce case, we learned from the clients that a tax liability of about $60,000 would be owed if they did not get their divorce by the end of the year. It was only a few days Continue reading…

October 28, 2013

Collaborative Divorce: An Opportunity for a Better Outcome Part 6

Categories: Divorce

Part 6: Selecting the right team for your family may be essential to the success of your Collaborative Divorce. Collaborative Divorce is often a team process, in which you work with mental health professionals and financial neutrals, as well as Continue reading…