Monthly Archives: December 2017

Today’s Alerts: In Divorce, Nearly Missed Opportunity – The Mortgage Payment

An attorney called me concerned that her client, Jill*, would not be able to afford to keep the family home after divorce.  Jill wanted to keep that home but the attorney believed her budget couldn’t tolerate the payment.  Jill insisted that she could figure out a way to make it work on her salary as … Continue reading Today’s Alerts: In Divorce, Nearly Missed Opportunity – The Mortgage Payment

Today’s Alerts: Deferred Maintenance on the Primary Home or other Real Estate in Divorce

A post divorce prospective client, Linda*, called me last week.  She signed her divorce decree over a year earlier and is now trying to divide property and accounts. Linda was awarded the home and previously unidentified expenses have come up.  She may have to sell the home as is, at a reduced value.  Likely proceeds … Continue reading Today’s Alerts: Deferred Maintenance on the Primary Home or other Real Estate in Divorce