2 edition of Making financial decisions when divorce occurs found in the catalog.
Making financial decisions when divorce occurs
Alice Mills Morrow
|Series||Extension circular / Oregon State University Extension Service -- 1242, revised 1990., Extension circular (Oregon State University. Extension Service) -- 1242.|
|Contributions||Oregon State University. Extension Service.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||28 p. :|
|Number of Pages||28|
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A number of financial issues need to be resolved when getting a divorce. Not only are you and your spouse dividing financial assets, you must also split the debt. Until a divorce is finalized, you might be responsible for financial obligations such as child support, continued payments on credit card debt and costs associated with maintaining. The first step in the divorce process is probably the most difficult step you will take during your divorce: making the decision to divorce at all. There are wrong ways and right ways to go about taking that first step. Below are things to avoid when trying to decide if divorce is right for you.
Divorce and Your Finances - The 7 Most Costly Mistakes. Each year there are nearly 1 million divorces in the United States, or about 50% of all marriages ( United States Census Bureau statistics). The real tragedy, however, is the financial devastation that occurs to many individuals after their divorce. But making certain financial decisions prior to filing for divorce can ensure you emerge from the tumultuous process with solid financial footing. Before filing for divorce, consider making these financial moves. 1. Take inventory of your finances.
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Making Financial Decisions When Divorce Occurs An Oregon Guide A. Morrow The financial decisions people make at divorce have long-term economic effects on wife, husband, and children. The decisions are interrelated: valuation and division of property, payment of.
This specific book, Divorce & Money: Make the Best Financial Decisions During Divorce, is prepared by family law specialist Lina Guillen and Violet Woodhouse, a CPA/attorney.5/5(4). Violet P. Woodhouse, noted author, lecturer, seminar presenter and consultant to the media in the areas of family law and personal finance, is a foremost authority on the financial and tax aspects of divorce.
A practicing family law attorney as well as a Certified Financial Planner and Registered Investment Advisor, she pioneered the development of financial analysis of property /5(22). When you're going through divorce, you have to make an overwhelming number of financial decisions.
Should you sell the house. What happens to retirement benefits. How will you handle taxes. Full of sensitive and practical advice, Divorce & Money guides you through the process of making these important, and sometimes life-altering decisions.
All the information you need to split assets, easily and fairly. Especially in uncertain economic times, divorce isn’t simple. Turn to Divorce & Money, the acclaimed guide to evaluating and dividing assets during divorce, to avoid making financial mistakes that could affect you for the rest of your life.
Learn how to: understand how a court evaluates assets determine the value of real estate. I'm sharing this anecdote because it reminded me of why it's so hard to make the decision to divorce. Because just like my friend's sick dog enjoyed his morning jogs, even unhappy marriages may have elements that still work well.
And it's those things that can make. Housing is just one of many lifestyle decisions faced when separation and divorce occurs. Unfortunately, too many divorcees expect to live a similar lifestyle in divorce. About the Book Author.
John Ventura was a small business owner, bestselling author, and board- certified bankruptcy attorney. He was also a national authority on consumer and small business financial and legal problems.
Mary Reed is an author and journalist who has ghostwritten and coauthored several books on consumer law and money matters. She has also written for numerous publications.
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Get the book Too Good to Leave, Too Bad to Stay by Mona Kirshenbaum. Read it, and answer the questions. It’s an objective assessment that can help you gain clarity. Major financial decisions are often overwhelming, but they can feel downright impossible when you’re in the midst of a divorce.
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create a cash flow statement using your income and expenses. Spouses rarely tend to make the same amount of money in a marriage, but when the disparity is significant it essentially makes one spouse dependent on the other.
Over time, a spouse may feel without authority to make real financial decisions for the family, and no one likes to have their spouse give them an allowance every week. Diving property can be as much decided by state law or court-order as it is compromise and agreement between you and your spouse.
Currently, there are nine states (namely, AZ, CA, ID, LA, NE, NM, TX, WA, and WI) that are community property states have laws that hold that all assets acquired during the marriage by either spouse are considered joint marital assets.
Vladimir Vladimirov/Getty Images This first step is an emotional one. It is the step we all have to take when coming to the decision to first thing you should ask yourself is whether you really want ayou should make sure that you have done all you can to try to solve the problems in your marriage and salvage the relationship with your spouse.
The NOLO books are an excellent resource for any legal situation, especially divorce. NOLO: Law For All has a web site I read the 11th Edition of this book and found it helpful, up to date and a great resource/5(3).
Divorce & Money helps demystify the financial aspects of divorce with clear and thorough information. Using the book’s detailed, fully-explained charts and worksheets, readers can work step-by-st. “Divorce is a great time for soul searching,” she says. “Divorce often makes people re-evaluate life and explore what is really going to make them happy.” 4.
Sit down with a financial planner. Rebuilding financially after divorce and setting up a new financial plan can help you feel better prepared for life after your marriage ends.
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That way, someone handpicked will be able to step in to make financial and medical decisions if necessary. Get this from a library! Divorce & money: make the best financial decisions during divorce. [Violet Woodhouse; Lina Guillen] -- All the information you need to split your assets, easily and fairly.
Major financial decisions are often overwhelming, but they can feel downright impossible when you're in the midst of a divorce. The goal of divorce financial planning is to make you fully aware of your options, the true value of your assets and how your decisions in a divorce will impact your finances.
Because divorce is an emotional experience, without guidance your judgment can be compromised at times, causing you to make mistakes that could take years to recover from."Divorce & Money is precisely the right book to read to keep your property, your rights, plus your sanity during the trying weeks and months that follow divorce." Woodhouse shares her expertise in financial decision making during divorce in her Nolo bestseller, Divorce & Money.