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Your Divorce Consultation Checklist

When you meet with a divorce attorney it can be a stressful and emotional time. Many people don’t know what to ask or even what is important to ask. For that reason the Amicable Divorce Network has developed our Divorce Consultation Checklist. This checklist has 2 sides- 1 is the information you need to convey…

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Should I Keep the Mortgage in a Divorce?

This article was originally posted by Forbes and written by Heather Locus. We are so proud of our members Tami Wollensak and Susan Guthrie for their contributions! The original article can be found at this link: https://www.forbes.com/sites/heatherlocus/2023/12/06/should-i-keep-the-mortgage-in-divorce/?sh=6095de3172b6 A wide range of memories and emotions are typically attached to the marital home. It is often the…

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What IS an Amicable Divorce?

You have heard the term “Amicable Divorce”. But what does it really mean? How is it different from other methods of divorce? Learn in this quick video with Amicable Divorce Network founder, Tracy Ann Moore-Grant.

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How does a Divorce go from Uncontested to Contested?

An “uncontested divorce” is one where the parties are attempting to negotiate and resolve their case themselves. Often called a “kitchen table agreement.” Often parties are unable to negotiate all of the terms themselves for a variety of reasons including lack of knowledge about the law, in ability to calculate child support or spousal support, unequal…

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Prenuptial Agreements Can Lead to an Amicable Divorce with Cary Jacobson

Don’t get us wrong. No one wants a couple to get divorced. Not even a divorce attorney! But the reality is 50% of marriages fail. When they do, if the couple had a prenuptial agreement, it can help make the divorce process much smoother and more amicable. A prenuptial agreement serves several purposes. One is…

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Gray Divorce and Divorcing Amicably with Andrew Hatherley

Join us for this Amicable Divorce Discussion with Amicable Divorce Network member, Andrew Hatherley. Andrew is a CDFA and host of the Gray Divorce Podcast. This discussion focuses on how those divorcing over 50 will benefit from an efficient out of court process offered by Amicable Divorce Network. Andrew Hatherley is the founder and CEO…

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Tracy Coenen helps you find hidden money in divorce!

Uncover your spouses’s hidden accounts and prepare financially for your new life. Even if you’ve never looked at your family’s financials before, the Divorce Money Guide empowers you to get the settlement you deserve.Tracy Coenen is a nationally recognized CPA and forensic accountant. She focuses on finding hidden money in divorce cases. Tracy’s work has…

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Building your Perfect Divorce Team with Louisiana Attorney Claire Edwards

Join us for this Amicable Divorce Discussion with Louisiana attorney, Claire Bergeron Edwards. Claire speaks to us on who is on the perfect divorce team. When approaching your divorce, it is important to know that attorneys know your legal options but it is best to build a team of other experts to help you emotionally,…

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Seven Reasons Why you Should Work with a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst

By Michael Bean, CDFA Finds the Money A CDFA helps you gather, track and analyze all financial data, including every aspect of eachtype of retirement plan. A CDFA helps find hidden or “forgotten” marital assets. Crafts Property Division Scenarios A CDFA works with you to craft a variety of financial scenarios to demonstrate the short andlong-term consequences of property division. A CDFA utilizes…

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