Deciding to sell or buy a house when going through a divorce can be a challenge. It is easy to become attached to assets, especially a home. However, that emotional attachment may not lead to the most financially responsible decisions. I offer you questions to ask yourself before making a decision to buy or sell a house when going through a divorce.
Finances can be the source of many problems in a relationship. It is not merely the nuts and bolts of whether you will have joint accounts or maintain separate accounts, or who is responsible for paying which bills. Having mutually agreed to goals and processes for saving and spending money can be important to the health of a relationship.
How does a parent contemplating divorce or separation keep a child feeling loved, supported, and safe? This is a question often posed by clients and it was covered recently in an article published by The Washington Post, “Separating parents want what’s best for their 2-year-old. What is that?” Here are a few tips to help separating parents: