In my work supporting divorced individuals in the Colorado area along their financial journey, I see one particular group of clients who struggle more than others. Long-time stay-at-home mothers who weren’t involved with managing the finances or individuals who may have fully handed off financial...

The holidays are upon us and if this is your first year approaching them as a single individual, you may not know what to expect. Whether you have kids and a large  family to buy presents for or are concerned about not having a place to...

If you are going through a divorce, one of the top questions likely on your mind is what to do with your marital home. This decision has financial, emotional, educational, and even social implications. Market conditions and current real estate dynamics can also play into...

In working with clients throughout Colorado, many divorced women do not save much for retirement. This is especially true if 100% of their income is coming from maintenance payments. It’s important to consider how to prioritize saving for retirement despite competing priorities in your budget....

After your divorce is finalized and the various accounts divided and settled, you will be able to update your beneficiaries. Assuming your partner or spouse was previously your primary beneficiary, you’ll need to update all retirement plans to properly pass assets to your heirs. While...

Many divorcing parties believe their case will go to court because there is so much friction and disagreement about the path forward. The media also portrays divorce this way. In reality, it’s much more likely that you’ll settle details of your divorce through collaboration with...

During this time of bear market territory, high inflation, stock market volatility, and the threat of a recession, your money simply won’t go as far. You might wonder how these volatile market conditions impact your divorce and what to consider as you negotiate the financials...