My clients bring a range of financial expertise to their divorces: some are themselves financial professionals, others are successful business owners; some are doctors, some lawyers, some stay-at-home parents, some free-spirited entrepreneurs. Often the higher earning spouse turns out to have no idea about the family financial situation because their spouse has taken on that responsibility. … Continue reading Divorce and Money: Do I Need a Financial Advisor?
A prenup is for everyone. They’re not scary and they’re not mean, they’re just a part of estate planning. To view on YouTube, please follow this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BR34epH3z7Q
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In this video, I speak with Miles Mason, Sr. about what financial abuse is and what victims can do about it. To see more from Miles, please visit his website at http://www.MemphisDivorce.com
In this video, I talk to Tiffany Bowders about Estate Planning during the Covid-19 pandemic. To view on YouTube, please follow this link: https://youtu.be/KmD_w3DVVT0
When most people get married, the last thing on their mind is the possibility of divorce. I rarely have heard of someone walking down the aisle and wondering “What will happen to all my property and money if this doesn’t work out?” Divorce, however, is a highly probable reality in American life. In my experience, … Continue reading Pre-Nuptial and Post-Nuptial Agreements