Keeping the House in Divorce

In Divorce, the house is a risky asset. When you purchased your house, by the time you got to the closing table, you had a large stack of documents and numerous consultations that informed you about what you were buying. If you had a good realtor, they were your first...

When Is A Dollar Not A Dollar?

As a financial advisor, I think one of the most confusing aspects of money is that not all of it works the same way. This becomes much more apparent in the divorce process for property distribution. Many of my clients are surprised to find out that often times a...

The Financial Impact of Divorce

Jun 14, 2012 By Craig Guillot for Mint Life Divorce is not only an emotionally trying experience, but it can be a financially devastating one, as well. According to the web site Maritalstatus.com, the average cost of a divorce in the United States now runs about...