Money and Divorce
In the grip of fear, anger, sadness and remorse, you are expected to make financial decisions affecting the rest of your life. You worry, how will I take care of myself? What will I get in support? What support will I have to give? How will it affect our children?
Understand the psychological dimension of your fears—and move beyond it. Structure a new life after divorce, based on your financial reality. A cash flow plan helps you support your new life, skillfully within your new means, not just for the first year, but several years out.
Get the most comprehensive picture of what you will need. Be better prepared for settlement negotiations.
Kathryn works with divorcing couples coming together to get apart. She also can work exclusively with either spouse, and provide advocacy. She works in conjunction with legal representatives and therapists to help couples reach resolution.