Divorce Planning

A marital transition can greatly affect you and your family not only emotionally, but financially as well. Whether you are recently divorced or getting divorced, we can guide you through the process of dividing assets and managing taxes – so you can move on with your life. Ashley Warne is a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst, specially trained for addressing and resolving the financial issues you face before, during and long after your divorce.

You’re getting divorced. Assets are being divided and decisions must be made … Will you get your fair share?

There are many difficult emotional and financial decisions surrounding divorce. These are important decisions, which can affect your future. You may feel pressured to make up your mind quickly about divorce settlement options, but unsure of which way to go or who you can trust. It is imperative to look beyond the present day to determine the financial impact of your proposed settlement 10, 20 or 30 years from now.

Questions are swirling around in your head: Is there enough money? How can we go from one to two households? Can we split the retirement account?

You are about to start the next phase of your life and want to get on the right track. You need an advisor with the expertise to clarify your finances, help you make those hard financial decisions and develop a plan that is designed to bring you security and financial confidence.

If you are at the beginning stages of divorce, we can work with your attorney and prepare detailed pre- and post-divorce budgets, analyze the long-term implications of multiple settlement options and produce the financial statements and affidavits needed to achieve the best possible divorce settlement.

Once your divorce settlement is finalized, we can continue working with you to define your financial goals and quantify what it will take to achieve them. We can analyze your financial picture, recommend and implement investment strategies, monitor progress and make adjustments over time that will help keep you on track to achieve your goals.

Five reasons for hiring a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst