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Sometimes 50-50 isn't equitable

Beginning with the division of property; spouses trade assets until the couple agrees on the division. This should result in an "equitable" transfer of the property, which does not mean "equal." It does mean what is "fair." A 50/50 division of property, which may seem "equal" at this time, may not produce equal results-or equal standards of living, after the divorce-if the two spouses are not in the same financial situation at the time of the divorce.

Create a more positive result

To help you create a more positive result from your divorce, we empower you with financial information that allows you to make the best decisions. We start by examining the crucial financial issues of your divorce:

  • Identification and valuation of Marital Assets
  • Equitable division of Marital Assets
  • Pre and post-divorce cash flow
  • Retirement plan valuation
  • Determination of sustainable of spousal support
  • Child Support Guidelines
  • Optimal tax strategies
  • Family/Heir risk exposure

We will then develop financial scenarios for you and your spouse. These reports will be detailed in narrative, graph, and chart form. This detail will help you fully understand the financial results of your settlement and possibly decrease the time required to finalize your agreement.