Our clients turn to us to help them manage their wealth in today’s complex and emotionally challenging divorce environment. We are committed to supporting them in their divorce by delivering the best, most innovative financial ideas and analysis.
Despite the best intentions, many individuals find themselves in financial peril after a divorce. Often, this is because they did not possess the resources to skillfully evaluate the financial tradeoffs they faced.
We can help. We possess the tools and knowledge to guide our clients through all the steps required to properly address the financial issues associated with divorce. In addition, we also ensure you make the best decisions throughout the divorce process, including hiring the right divorce attorney, winning child custody, receiving appropriate alimony and spousal support, valuing hidden assets with forensic accounting, and much more. We remove the emotion from decisions and provide our clients with rational, objective facts so that they can make the best decisions about settlements, negotiation and recovery.
Tom Cruise is one of Hollywood’s leading actors with high profile leading roles in movies such as Risky Business, Top Gun, and Mission Impossible. He has been nominated for three Academy Awards and Three Golden Globe Awards. More recently, he has had less success in his marital life as his current wife; Katie Holmes left [...]
We have always said that there are numerous ways to arrive at a 50/50 division of assets. In the case of retirement plans, and more specifically, annuities, attorneys are often unaware of the potential to reduce their clients’ net worth by dividing the contract in half as this portion of an article in Investment News [...]
New Hampshire! While no states require “fault”, some states make divorce easier and faster than others. At the top of the list rank our friends in the granite state. Interestingly, their next door neighbor Vermont is one of the toughest places to get a divorce. From Bloomberg News: Best and Worst States for Getting Divorced [...]