Divorce Financial Consulting
At SHOR Financial Wellness, we recognize that divorce is a stressful process. We’re here to address your current and future money-related concerns. Our goal is to determine the short and long-term aspects of a proposed divorce settlement.
We’ll ensure it works well now and down the road. Through our services, we’ll help you:
- Become better prepared and educated
- Know what questions to ask
- Reduce your stress
- Save money through informed decisions
Money Matters in Divorce
- I Want to Get a Divorce. How Will This Affect My Finances?
- Keep the Family Home or Sell It?
- How Can Our Retirement Plan Assets Be Equitably Divided?
- Who Will Pay for Schooling and the Other Needs of Our Children?
- What’s next?
These are just some of the questions couples going through divorce have to ask. In most cases, money is a major consideration during a divorce. SHOR Financial Wellness will work with your attorney or mediator as a member of your team.
We’ll help review the implications of different financial choices and to help you secure optimal financial solutions
Ready to Support You
We want to be part of your divorce team. You don’t have to go through this alone. Our team understands how emotionally stressful the process can be and how financial issues contribute to the difficulty. You can count on us to support you with individual attention and empathy.
We’ll educate you to ensure you are better prepared to make crucial decisions. Our consultants are ready to help you every step of the way.
Additionally, we use sophisticated technology to plan for different scenarios that could affect your financial situation. Our team will help you plan for post-divorce scenarios, so you’ll be ready to respond accordingly and become secure with your finances.
Why Choose Us?
- We are compassionate, concerned, and committed
- We Are Knowledgeable About Mediation, Litigation, and Collaborative Divorce
- We Work With Attorneys to Formulate Fair and Reasonable Settlement Agreements
- We Undergo the Continuing Education Required to Maintain Accreditation
- Child Support
- Valuation of retirement assets
- Should I Keep the House?
- Spousal support
- The Difference Between Personal and Marital Property Retirement Plans