Supportive Divorce Solutions
WHAT IS SUPPORTIVE DIVORCE SOLUTIONS?
Supportive Divorce Solutions is a financial planning firm specializing exclusively in divorce planning. We combine the best of financial planning with the intricacies of divorce so our clients can avoid costly, permanent mistakes and have a clear plan for their future. Attorneys provide legal guidance, negotiate on the client’s behalf and are needed to draft divorce documents. Mediators assist couples in planning their futures collaboratively and coming to agreements on the dissolution of their marriage. Supportive Divorce Solutions fills in the vast void of understanding the financial and tax implications of a negotiation. We present the short-term and long-term financial impact of the agreements being considered.
When you bought your home you most likely used a realtor. Realtors show us homes that fit our wish lists, guide us through complex paperwork and complete the sale. They are like a lawyer or mediator in a divorce. You probably used a lender to purchase the home and home inspector as well. Lenders ensure that your family can afford the home, explain interest rates and taxes and ultimately figures out if the home will fit your budget. Home inspectors make sure that the home is safe, solid and reliable for your family. If it’s not safe, the home inspector tells you what you should negotiate so that it can be fixed before buying the home.
Why wouldn’t you do the same for your divorce? You deserve to know if the divorce agreement you are signing, one of the biggest financial transactions of your life, is safe, solid and a reliable plan for you and your family. Supportive Divorce Solutions will let you know if you can afford the marital home, and if not, what is affordable. We will work with you looking at your future expenses and new income to ensure that the agreement supports your lifestyle. With our Divorce Settlement Analyst™ software we can show you the taxes and penalties you could face when dividing retirement accounts and other assets and debts.