You deserve to have the peace of mind that
your divorce settlement is financially feasible.
As a financial planner and analyst, Ms. Friedman educates clients who may be unfamiliar with financial issues and investing, particularly during and after divorce. In her book “I Now Pronounce You Financially Fit: How to Protect Your Money in Marriage and Divorce” and in her online course “The Financially Fit Divorce”, Ms. Friedman uses stories from her practice to explain how to plan for the risk of divorce and what can go wrong when you don’t.
In divorce, Ms. Friedman assists men and women in identifying all the assets of the marriage, including those that potentially may be hidden or under reported. She also provides detailed budgets and projections that demonstrate how different financial settlements will impact the client’s family for the short and long term. Lastly, Ms. Friedman helps ensure that other financial areas are addressed such as life insurance, beneficiaries, estate and college planning.
Money Issues Drive Divorce : Get It Right!
“Why didn’t I meet you before my divorce!?” is the number one reaction I get when I tell people what I do and how I do it – by a landslide.
My mission is to educate you about important financial issues which may dramatically change the outcome of your settlement and financial future.
According to a recent study*, MONEY ranks as the number one worry during divorce – not children or other legal issues.
- 63% of those surveyed either do not feel financially secure or do not understand their financial situation well enough to know if they should be worried after divorce.
- 64% said a financial advisor would have been helpful during their divorce (while another 16% didn’t know).
Move Forward with Confidence
Divorce Planning of Austin offers financial options, innovative ideas and creative strategies to construct the best possible financial proposal in marital negotiations and divorce. We address the financial aspects of divorce in a civilized and efficient manner by providing expert Divorce Financial Planning, Consulting and Analysis.
While it is important for the lawyer to focus on the legal aspects of your case, it is critical that you have a divorce financial analyst to educate you about financial matters so you know the money you have and the settlement you need.
The time you spend with your attorney will be more productive and less costly because you will be armed with the financial knowledge you need to move your case forward.