Walsh Financial Divorce Solutions
Serving Family Financial Needs During Divorce
Financial Guidance during Litigation
We act as your financial advocate providing you with the knowledge to make informed financial decisions. We help you understand the short and long term consequences of potential financial settlements.
We help you resolve your financial issues in a peaceful and confidential setting. This can be very efficient and cost effective. You and your spouse retain control over the process and fully understand the outcome of your financial settlement.
Collaborative divorce offers you a team of skilled and compassionate professionals. Each expert in their own fields, the team members help you manage the many aspects of divorce – the legal issues, the emotional turmoil, the concerns for children and the financial and property questions.
The Grey Divorce
The Grey Divorce refers to couples divorcing in their 50s, 60s, and 70s. This has been the largest rising sector for divorces in the past decade. By this time, couples can be nearing retirement, which needs special attention, or in their golden retirement years.
The Military Divorce
Under the United States Former Spouse Protection Act, it is stated that military retirement is marital property. However, it provides for every state to have its individual control when deciding any amount of the marital property to be distributed to each party.
The High Net Worth Divorce
For high net worth individuals, divorce planning with a financial consultant, specializing in high net worth divorce, goes a long way to increase the chances of having a smart financial divorce. You will surely need a divorce team to address your issues, the family law attorney, the financial specialist and other professionals if needed.
Hello! I’m Connie
Certified Financial Planner™ (CFP), Certified Divorce Financial Analyst (CDFA), and a Certified Divorce Lending Professional (CDLP)
Committed to providing educated financial solutions to divorcing couples, Connie has received extensive professional training in the financial aspects of divorce in litigation, mediation, and collaborative divorce.
Connie has been in the financial industry for more than 35 years, including 12 years on Wall Street. She has helped her clients achieve their financial goals in her role as a CFP and has educated couples, individuals, attorneys and other divorce professionals on the financial issues related to the divorce process for the past 20 years.
Why Do I Need a Financial Person in my Divorce?
We provide you with a clearer view of your financial future with a greater sense of control of the present. We help families maximize their financial security and make more informed decisions during divorce by illustrating both the short and long term financial consequences of various financial settlements.
There are three ways to divorce and she is experienced in all three areas having worked with hundreds of divorcing clients for the past two decades.
THE MILITARY DIVORCE
HIGH NET WORTH DIVORCE
What is Collaborative Divorce?
We value our clients and appreciate the sensitive chapter in their lives. Our purpose is to guide and educate families such that they can negotiate freely during the divorce process. We are committed and confident that we can provide the comfort and peace of mind that the choices you make were well thought out, understood and equitable for your restructured family. We provide expertise whether you choose litigation, mediation or the collaborative divorce process.
“Connie's financial analysis spelled out what impact my financial decisions at the time of my divorce would have on me and my children over a 10 year period. Based on that information, I was able to make better decisions that affected our way of life over the long haul. She provided an invaluable perspective on such a crucial matter.”
Cindy T. (Financial Guidance during litigation)
"During the process of my divorce you were very patient in answering all of my questions and I know I had a lot of them. When there were things I did not understand you took the time to explain them to me no matter how many times I asked the same question. I am not sure there are too many people that would have taken the time to help me the way you did. You made things very clear and broke them down so I could see the full picture. You make the whole process less overwhelming and I felt very comfortable in my decision."
Sue W. (wife in collaborative process)