Going through a divorce can be a terrible, heart-wrenching event. Collaborative Divorce was created to help deal with the feelings of loneliness and isolation. Unlike convential divorce, the collaborative model offers a team of highly skilled individuals who specialize in a specific area. There are three components of divorce: the legal, the emotional, and the financial. In the collaborative process, there are a few different models, but all of them have the financial expert as a neutral party. At WolfBridge Financial, we are here to be that financial expert as you sort out the financial issues associated with divorce. Because objectivity and independence is important to us, we sign an agreement stipulation that we will not establish an arrangement with either client to provide financial services in any other capacity.
So you have decided to go to mediation, we can help. By remaining independent, we can help you and your spouse understand the ramifications of the financial decisions you will be making. We will objectively look at child support issues, division of assets, and spousal support. Our efforts will allow you to make the best decisions, based on both the long-term and short-term outcomes of the choices you make.
Separation Agreement Evaluation
We will evaluate your separation agreement (SA or SAPS) to determine what the financial picture looks like for you post-divorce. This is an impartial evaluation of the financial implications of the agreement in question. Before you sign any document that affects your financial future, please let us review it. We will examine:
How the agreement affects your individual financial future
How the agreement affects your immediate life
Whether the agreement has long-term lasting financial durability
What financial consequences are likely or unlikely to occur if you sign
What adjustments must be made to make the agreement financially viable.