Our one-hour Just in Case™: Secure Your Financial Future session (referred to by CBS News as our Divorce 101 program; see the video here) quickly shows married women how to be prepared in the event of a future divorce.
We’ll recommend immediate, practical steps you can take to not only guard against the risk of divorce but to strengthen your current and future financial position.
even hidden assets your husband may not want to disclose.
Without such a policy your alimony payments—and possibly other divorce settlement payments—will end if your ex-husband passes away, but with this protection you’ll receive a tax-free, lump-sum payment of what you would have received over time from the alimony and settlement payments.
It’s important to set this up before your divorce is finalized so if your husband refuses to cooperate or is uninsurable, you can find other ways to secure your future payments.
On the surface, a divorce settlement offer might appear entirely fair and reasonable even to an experienced divorce attorney, but delving more deeply can reveal a different picture.
For instance, we encounter many cases where a woman has stayed home or put her career on the back burner in order to support her husband’s goals.
For your initial one-hour consultation we charge a flat fee of 0.