Modern Divorce - The Do-Over For A Better You

Dividing assets after a long marriage

August 04, 2022 Attorney Billie Tarascio Season 5 Episode 1
Dividing assets after a long marriage
Modern Divorce - The Do-Over For A Better You
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Modern Divorce - The Do-Over For A Better You
Dividing assets after a long marriage
Aug 04, 2022 Season 5 Episode 1
Attorney Billie Tarascio

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It's hard enough getting divorced, but splitting up assets in a way that makes everyone happy can be fraught with emotional distress. Luckily, there are ways to get it done and have each side walk away with a plan for their better future.

In this episode, Modern Divorce Podcast host Billie Tarascio talks with Brenda Bridges, a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst whose soothing tones and suggestions are sure to take the fire out of a contentious divorce. Especially for those who have been married a long time. With retirement accounts, property and even a business to split up, working with a CDFA can be a blessing, because it can also lower the cost of a divorce settlement by having an agreed-upon plan so that each side can walk away with a divorce decree they can be satisfied with.

You can find Brenda at BridgingDivorceSolutions.com

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It's hard enough getting divorced, but splitting up assets in a way that makes everyone happy can be fraught with emotional distress. Luckily, there are ways to get it done and have each side walk away with a plan for their better future.

In this episode, Modern Divorce Podcast host Billie Tarascio talks with Brenda Bridges, a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst whose soothing tones and suggestions are sure to take the fire out of a contentious divorce. Especially for those who have been married a long time. With retirement accounts, property and even a business to split up, working with a CDFA can be a blessing, because it can also lower the cost of a divorce settlement by having an agreed-upon plan so that each side can walk away with a divorce decree they can be satisfied with.

You can find Brenda at BridgingDivorceSolutions.com