Month: January 2020

Getting SplitReady Episode 20.4: Talking About My Generation – Age and Differences in Divorce

A generation is defined by the times that they live and the age of its population. These differences of time and age strongly impact the needs and behavior of those generations from baby boomers to generation “Z”. Divorce is no different, and each generation has their own trends and considerations. So, what are we seeing …

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Your FICO Credit Score May Change. What Can You Do?

The FICO credit score, that all important measure of your creditworthiness, is changing. Fair Isaac, the company that creates the algorithms that drive the scoring this week announced that they are making the scoring more strict, especially when it comes to late payments and the amount of debt that an individual carries. Don’t panic though. …

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Mortgage Rate Forecast for Week of September 14, 2020

How Rates Move: Conventional and Government (FHA and VA) lenders set their rates based on the pricing of Mortgage Backed Securities (MBS) which are traded in real time, all day in the bond market. This means rates or loan fees (mortgage pricing) moves throughout the day, being affected by a variety of economic or political …

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Getting Split Ready 20.3: A Place for Everything and Everything in its Place – Organizing Your Divorce

Everyone talks about the emotion and stress of divorce, but what about the logistical and administrative challenges? Even in a fairly straightforward divorce, an extensive amount of paperwork and documents are created. Organizing this mountain of paperwork is essential to be prepared, not only in the divorce process, but also the post-divorce landscape. Join us …

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Getting Split Ready 20.2: Children First – Considerations for Post-Divorce Parenting

Children are usually at the forefront of priorities for parental considerations. Unfortunately in divorce, this prioritization can be clouded and impacted by the emotion and stress. Fortunately, the trend in divorce is a deeper and more deliberate approach that resets the importance of the children and parenting in a divorce. As a parent, your child …

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Getting Split Ready 20.1 – The Art of Discovery – Preparing for Your Divorce

During a divorce, surprises are the last thing you want. For the best outcomes, information is key but getting that information can sometimes be difficult. Whether by omission or commission, missing details can waste time and money. Proper discovery is the only way to ensure that you ask the right questions to get the right …

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