Co-parenting After Divorce

Your ex is supposed to pick up your son for soccer practice and he’s late — again. You’re starting to wonder if his tardiness is more than just poor time management. He might be doing it on purpose, either out of apathy or a sense of revenge. This situation is...

Who Needs a Supplemental Trust?

If your child or loved one lives with a severe chronic illness, developmental disorder, or other disabling health issues, a supplemental trust can act as a powerful mechanism to protect financial assets that may support their lifestyle needs. Supplemental trusts work...

After a Divorce: 3 Ways to Reframe Your Life

On the other side of divorce, some might say, is when the real work starts. You’re at a fresh starting point, one that allows you to define much of what happens next in your life.  It’s not uncommon for people to flounder under this newfound freedom,...

Facts About Credit and Divorce

Your credit is one of your most valuable assets, a financial measure that helps institutions decide whether to loan you money. A healthy credit report allows you to buy a car, secure a good mortgage rate, and have more financial freedom. For the most part, you can...