It is also a time when it's easy to get overwhelmed with all the important financial decisions that need to be made. •What should we do about the house? •What are my options for health insurance? •Will I have enough after the divorce to pay my bills? •Should each of us just keep our 401(k) or other retirement plans? •Does it make sense to trade pension rights for the house? •Will I have enough after the divorce to be able to retire someday? •Who will pay for the kids’ college education? •I need cash for a new down payment. How can I get it? •Who should pay off the debts and when should they be paid? •How can I guarantee I’ll still get child support if my ex-spouse dies? •Will there be alimony or child support? •How are retirement assets to be divided (401k, pensions)? •What about closely-held businesses and/or professional practices?
These are just some of the questions that we'll address.
The focus of this group is about learning how to avoid the common, but often devastating, financial mistakes made in a divorce so that you can secure your financial well-being, both now and many years into the future.
We look forward to meeting you soon - Jeff Landers
Jeffrey A. Landers, CDFA™ is the President and Founder of Bedrock Divorce Advisors (http://www.bedrockdivorce.com/), a divorce financial strategy firm which exclusively advises women throughout the United States before, during and after divorce.
He is also the creator of the Think Financially, Not Emotionally® (http://thinkfinancially.com/) brand, which encompasses books, seminars, workshops, online content (articles, eLearning courses, webinars, etc.), and other products and services to inform women and their advisors about the financial impacts of divorce and help them stay focused on money issues throughout the process – before, during, and after.
Jeff writes “Divorce Dollars and Sense,” a weekly blog for Forbes.com about the financial aspects of divorce for women, and he contributes articles regularly to The Huffington Post, DailyWorth, More.com, Lawyers.com, and many other online outlets.
Jeff has also been extensively interviewed about the financial aspects of divorce for women by CBS and FOX Television News and such prestigious publications as The Wall Street Journal, Dow Jones, The Miami Herald, Smart Money, Consumer Reports, and The Christian Science Monitor.
Jeff earned his BA degree in psychology from Columbia University and studied law at Pace University School of Law before becoming a divorce financial advisor.