It is imperative for divorcees that don’t have an established career to depend on to find a way to generate income from their divorce settlement that will last a lifetime, even in tough market conditions.
With financial modeling during the divorce process, the client understands what they got and why they got it and has a financial roadmap for their life post-divorce.
This year’s Conference features hands-on and case study style sessions to strengthen skills in both fields and a dynamic lineup of keynoters.
Why family lawyers should recommend their clients have income protection for alimony and child support.
The importance of financial affidavits in divorce and a new, smart tool to help your clients get it right.
How to Protect your Client’s Assets in a Divorce Using a Domestic Asset Protection Trust (DAPT)
Justin Reckers and Robert Simon: A look at common intersections of psychology and economic theory in the context of financial decision-making for divorce settlements.
The Institute for Divorce Financial Analysts™ (IDFA™) recently asked its members to share the worst financial mistakes they’ve seen divorce-industry pros make; here’s a taste of what they had to say. Complied By Diana Shepherd, CDFA™ Tax-Loss Carry-Forwards Tax losses have value and must be considered for settlement purposes. I had a divorce client who was
By Loretta Hutchinson: The “Mortgage Forgiveness Debt Relief Act and Debt Cancellation” is set to expire at the end of 2012 as part of the Bush-era tax cuts. If your clients are considering the sale of an “underwater” residence, they have a short window to qualify for this debt forgiveness exemption.
By Brendan Lyle: After Divorce, Women Rebound Faster but Stay in Poverty Longer. Divorce funding can provide the funding bridge that some divorcing spouses need.