Though parents have many concerns about the effect a divorce may have on their children, research suggests that divorce is less traumatic for children than previously believed.
Parents who wish to protect their children from negative effects of... (Read More)
At Hoffman Divorce Strategies, we help clients who lack clarity on their financial future to be able to see and plan for their success.
Whether our client is an individual getting a divorce or a law firm, our work often times involves clearing up... (Read More)
You've heard of a CPA and a CEO, but what's a CDFA? CDFA stands for Certified Divorce Financial Analyst. If you've never heard of it, that may be a good sign; but it's also something you may want to familiarize yourself with in case problems occur... (Read More)
You promised to stay with your spouse through sickness, health, and student loan payments. But sometimes, it doesn't work out that way.
If you're considering getting a divorce, remember that everything in the marriage must be split, whether it's... (Read More)
Divorce can be painful, and never more so than when you're confronted with the loss of a partner over the holidays. Though it can be difficult, take a deep breath and use these tips to transition into the next stage of your life.
1. Spend time... (Read More)
While IRA’s appear similar on the surface, custodian requirements, taxation of allocations and withdrawals, non-deductible contributions, regular and ROTH IRA differences and contractual considerations for IRAs invested in annuities can result in... (Read More)
What does being a "successful" parent mean? The answer is different for everyone. But for parents who choose to get divorced, feelings of guilt and being overwhelmed can undermine any sense of success.
Take heart; studies show that when parents... (Read More)
In the midst of divorcing it can be difficult to remember what and how everything is being split up: the cars, the house, the rental properties. But there's one asset that many divorcing couples forget about until after it's too late: retirement... (Read More)
The months of March and September are known as "twin peaks" for a reason. No, it has nothing to do with mountains or the popular TV show. Rather, it's what researchers refer to as prime time for divorce season.
In a recent University of... (Read More)