Divorce Doesn’t Have to Destroy Your Finances

Resolve Financial Disputes in Divorce with Collaborative Law

Financial stress is a common side effect of divorce. As a marriage comes to an end, both parties may feel threatened by the inevitable change in their financial situation and fight to maintain control. However, it’s important to remember that the financial difficulties of divorce are typically temporary. 

As you and your ex-spouse adjust to your new lives, you can solve financial problems in a way that allows both of you to cover your expenses and plan for the future. With the help of financial advisors and your legal team at Goodwin Law & Mediation, you can get an accurate picture of your financial situation and develop a plan without creating an adversarial relationship with your spouse. Some of the issues we’ll address during your divorce case are:

  • Assets and Liabilities: Determining who keeps various assets and who takes responsibility for financial liabilities.
  • Cash Flow: Budgeting and allocating money in a fair way that reduces financial stress.
  • Marital and Non-Marital Property: Differentiating between marital and non-marital property, as well as how that property is divided during divorce.
  • Family Support: Planning for child and spousal support in a way that helps both parties maintain their quality of life.
  • Taxes: Planning for changes in taxes that occur when you file as single instead of married.

We know that financial complications are emotionally fraught and can strain an already tense relationship. Find out how a collaborative agreement can protect everyone’s financial interests—contact Goodwin Law & Mediation or make an appointment to get started.

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