The short answer is that you are never too old to get divorced. However, if you get divorced later in life, there may be a greater effect on your financial life. To account for this, there are certain steps you can take and factors to consider to feel more prepared for divorce at an older…

When people plan ahead for divorce, strategizing for a comfortable retirement is often at the top of the list. You likely have a wide range of assets that will be divided in your settlement, including any retirement accounts. Your 401K is subject to equitable division in Ohio, so below we will explore how your 401K…

Some divorce settlements can be simpler than others to negotiate. Sometimes ownership of certain accounts or assets can provide more complexity and may require help when discussing possibilities for dividing your financials. One of those more difficult aspects is the division of rental properties. If you and your spouse obtained any rental properties during your…

One way to ensure that we are serving our clients to the best of our abilities is to gather information that forms the most complete picture of your financial situation. The trust that our clients put in us, allows us to serve them better, which is why all of the information that you send us…

How To Ensure a Fair Settlement in Your Divorce Divorce can be stressful for a number of reasons, one of which is the worry that you may have nothing left at the end of it. For this reason, a major concern for most people going through a divorce is how to ensure a fair settlement….

When people hear about division of assets or finances in a divorce, one of the first things that might come to mind is a 50/50 split down the middle. While this works in some instances, there are other ways to divide assets that might make more sense in certain cases. Today we will discuss the…

Divorce can look quite different depending on the age of your children (or if you have children at all). In a prior blog post, we discussed some of the factors you need to consider if you are going through a divorce without minor children, but there are specific circumstances to plan for if you are…

You’ve worked hard for the better part of your life, and you’ve finally made it to retirement. Now is the time to enjoy the fruits of your labor. As we all know, our perspectives can change, and unforeseen events will undoubtedly unfold, for better or for worse. Perhaps you’re now considering getting a divorce, or…

Divorce can feel daunting, but there are a few steps you can take to ensure you financially recover and have the opportunity to reach your long-term financial goals. The path to financial recovery from a divorce starts with evaluating your cash flow, understanding your savings ability, and making an investment strategy that is aligned with…

There are three main methods of divorce that are typically utilized by couples: Mediation, Collaborative Divorce, and Litigation. We’ll dive into each one below, and by the time you’ve finished this short read, you’ll better understand which route could work best for you. Perhaps you’ve spent some time researching what you should do first when…

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