This post (and the downloadable eBook) is inspired by my work with divorcing clients over the last 10 years, primarily in Manhattan and Brooklyn. The following “harsh truths” might feel a little hurtful. I don’t want to hurt someone’s feelings, especially when they are going through a rough time. However, I do believe that sometimes people … [Read more...]
Event: Real Estate in Splitsville
I'm pleased to speak at this upcoming event about real estate and divorce. Elise Pettus at Untied.net is building a great community of women and hosts wonderful events. Wednesday, November 14th 6:30 Brooklyn Heights $45 (includes wine and light bites) members use code to attend for free Reserve Your Spot Speakers Sara Stanich is … [Read more...]
Event: Who Gets the House?
Who Gets the House? Wednesday, June 14th 6:30 - 9:00 PM Park Slope (COMPASS, 514 2nd Street) Considering divorce? Do you have questions about how to handle your home? Some of the most important questions in your divorce relate to your home, such as: What are the taxes if we sell? How can I buy him/her out of the apartment? How can … [Read more...]
Does Your Divorce Need a Financial Analyst?
If you are uncertain about the financial aspects of your divorce, you may want to seek the help of a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst (CDFA™). What is a CDFA™? A Certified Divorce Financial Analyst (CDFA) can work with you to project the financial implications of your divorce, while your attorney focuses on the legal issues. Setting a … [Read more...]
The 4 Main Options for Getting Divorced
For someone considering divorce, the first decision to consider may be the process itself. Legally, an action for divorce (“divorce papers”) must be filed with the court system, and finalized by a judge (which may take many months). However, there are several different paths to get to that point: 1. Do it Yourself I’ve heard this called the … [Read more...]