We know it is important to be very mindful of the words used in a divorce settlement agreement in order to avoid any language traps and future conflict. Word choice can have an effect on the divorcing client’s ability to obtain mortgage financing as well. While it may not be top of mind to word … More Avoiding Language Traps in Divorce Settlement Agreements That Could Affect Your Ability to Obtain Mortgage Financing.
We are so excited to be a part of the Littleton, CO Second Saturday group of professionals. Women4Women has joined the collaborative effort of outstanding professionals in their industry to bring you a monthly series of workshops loaded with information that will arm you with the knowledge you need to make good decisions as you … More Join Us for a New Series of Workshops
Divorce is increasingly becoming a gray area. While overall divorce rates in the U.S. have dropped continuously since 1981, one surprising generation is seeing an increase. The term “gray divorce” is used to label a trend among older Americans who are untying the knot. Since 1990, the divorce rate for Americans over the age … More Untying The Knot
When working with people that are contemplating or going through divorce, I am often asked the question, “What can I do to preserve my credit through the divorce process?” My answer to them is to be pro-active. I have come up with four actions you can take now to make sure you control and preserve … More Preserving Your Credit Through the Divorce Process