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Careful financial planning during divorce helps both parties define their needs
and understand that the available finances may not allow both parties to maintain
their pre-divorce lifestyle. For example, after divorce, money that was previously
used to support only one home must now cover the expenses of two separate residences.
Tim and Cathy
| Geoffrey and Theona
Geoffrey and Theona
When Geoffrey first started his divorce action, he was most concerned with keeping
his pension earned from years of hard work as a spokesperson for Toy-R-Us. His wife,
Theona, also nearing retirement, wanted to spend more time at their upstate retreat.
By valuing all their assets and taking taxes into account, I was able to trade off
Geoffrey's ownership in the upstate property for Theona's part of his pension plus
a few other assets. This was a win-win situation in which both parties got what