A client facing divorce asked me how she would know if her spouse was hiding assets. She said she was concerned because her doctor said his colleagues tried to coach him on how to hide assets prior to his divorce. Here is what you should do to protect yourself from a greedy spouse. Each state.
Clients thinking about divorce will often contact me with questions about refinancing their marital home or buying a new one after a divorce. While I can answer some of their loan questions, they usually don’t have much documentation for their current finances and don’t know where to start. Here are the documents you need to.
The fear of an “unfair” settlement is the biggest worry for many people facing divorce. It can be so great it actually leads people to make poor choices. To avoid this trap, follow these 9 steps: 1.Educate Yourself – In the end, you have to be the one to protect yourself and you need to.
Clients often face nagging credit and financial issues from a past divorce they must deal with to buy or refinance a home. To make matters worse, fixing these problems can be very costly. However, you can usually avoid these issues altogether during the divorce. To ensure your divorce does not cause you headaches for years,.