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....

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...

Going through a divorce can often feel lonely and confusing. Even if you know others who have been through a divorce, the process has evolved significantly in the last decade, and friends and family don’t always have the most up-to-date advice and insights to offer....

Managing living arrangements during a divorce is tough and is typically the first item on the to-do-list as a divorce moves forward.  Determining who is going to keep the house, where someone is going to live and where the money is going to come from are...

Transitioning financially through divorce has many moving parts.  Stress testing your strategy regarding how income and expenses can change your circumstances in the future is important to consider.  Understanding how spousal or child support can be modified will help you answer questions such as ‘should...