Add a divorce financial analyst to your team and get the step-by-step guidance you need as you negotiate your divorce settlement.
Divorce is the largest financial transaction you will make in your life… Yet, have you noticed how many are making settlement decisions based on what “feels right” and “sounds good?” Wouldn’t it be better to crunch the numbers and see the long-term impact? A divorce financial analyst can do this for you. We can answer the “What-if” questions and give you more confidence in your negotiations.
During her divorce, Jessica made an appointment to see a divorce financial analyst that a good friend recommended to her. Jessica couldn’t sleep and was afraid of making mistakes. She had good reason to be on edge. Her husband had just made an offer that included the majority of his pension, but only if she would take on more of the family debt. Her friend overheard Jessica’s husband say, “I will work to the grave before she gets my pension.” Jessica needed help and talking to a financial expert would be a good idea, wouldn’t it?
As you’re reading this you’re probably wondering to yourself how you can avoid a similar situation and excited to learn that a divorce financial expert can help.
You won’t believe what happened next…
Jessica wasn’t familiar with her husband’s pension’s rules and it quickly became apparent that her husband had handled their investments during their marriage. After looking into Jessica’s case, her divorce financial analyst made some alarming discoveries. One of the rules of her husband’s pension was that Jessica couldn’t collect on his pension until he officially retired. If he never retired, she wouldn’t receive her portion. To top it off, if her husband died she would stop receiving payments. Therefore, there was no guarantee that Jessica would receive her half of the settlement with the plan offered, and if she did it would be many years from now.
Jessica’s divorce financial analyst created alternative settlement options that were more equitable. It was a huge weight taken off her shoulders. She hadn’t realized how much the uncertainty was troubling her until she finally got someone guiding her through the process. It was like the vice around her chest was loosening.
Her analyst double checked the financial affidavits and understood the rules for retirement & investment plans, splitting their home, and spousal & child support. They even projected the settlement options out over 20 years so Jessica could see the impact of her decisions.
As a result, Jessica was able to counter her husband’s settlement offer with confidence. Which completely shocked him. Can you imagine how that would feel? You being in a better position to negotiate your divorce settlement with confidence.
Divorce financial counseling with a financial divorce expert can help you arrive at a settlement that is fully understood by all involved like the example of Jessica.
100% of divorces result in a financial settlement.
50% of parents move into poverty after a divorce.
77% of people wished they had a divorce financial specialist.
The role of your divorce financial analyst is to assist you and your attorney to understand how the financial decisions made today will impact your financial future. Would it give you more confidence to have the advice of a financial expert for your case?
Our professionals provide support for you and your Arizona litigation team by presenting short & long-term effects of property division, analyzing pension & retirement plans, analyzing the financial impact of the marital home, evaluating insurance needs, and much more.
Divorce financial analysts provide litigation support by providing data that shows the financial effect of any given divorce settlement. Your divorce financial expert can then appear as an expert witness in court, mediation, or arbitration proceedings.
Today is the day to take control of your future. It is, isn’t it?
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