Month: May 2020

Getting SplitReady Episode 25.3: The Two-Headed Monster – When You are Divorcing Your Spouse and Your Business Partner

Divorcing a marriage is unquestionably complex and emotional. When you add a layer of owning a joint business with your spouse, it can get even more challenging. Is there a way to defeat the two-headed monster peacefully? Join us for an engaging discussion with Amy Schillinger from Balance Stress Management about simultaneous marital and business …

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Getting Split Split Ready May 2020 Show

Topics Using Humor to Heal from Divorce Limited Scope Representation – The Future of Divorce? Planning Strategically for Your Post-Divorce Life COVID-19 and Increased Divorces – Myth or Reality Panelists Michele Traina – Stand Up Comedian, Host of Divorce Diaries and Founder of Healing Through Humor. Sandra Crawford – JD, Mediator, Collaborative Law Professional and Owner of Law …

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Getting SplitReady Episode 25.2: When Less Isn’t More – Planning Your Divorce When The Market Is Down 

The financial markets are always changing. But when the markets are down, it can throw a wrench into your plans, especially during a divorce. What about when you need the assets to plan for the future or even to pay for the divorce? Join us for an engaging discussion with Certified Financial Advisor and Getting …

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Coronavirus and Forbearance: Will Deferred Payment Help You?

Well, another week and even more changes to the expected post COVID-19 lending landscape.  As expected, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have somewhat softened their stance on the impact for forbearance on new mortgage applications.  The details are still coming out and for some there may still be challenges or prohibitions, but the news is …

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Getting SplitReady Episode 25.1: Quarantine and Divorce – How Things are Changing 

If you’re trying to get a divorce during this unprecedented time, what do you do? With the courts and government businesses limiting access to the public, what do you do if you are already divorced and you need to adhere to a divorce decree or parenting arrangement?  Join us for an engaging discussion with Kathryn …

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Getting SplitReady Episode 23.4: Bringing Out The Worst – The Sneaky Things People Do During Divorce

Divorce can, and often does, bring out the worst in people. Sometimes this can create less than acceptable behavior from heated arguments to sneaky activity. What unexpected behaviors have our experts seen from people during divorce? Join us for an engaging discussion with Alison Turoff from Greenwich Law Group, LLC about people going through divorce …

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Forbearance on Mortgage in COVID-19 Can Impact Future Loans

Here is another quick update from the COVID-19 mortgage front.  As of today, I can verify that many institutions have to take forbearance on their mortgage into account for current and future applications. Forbearance is an agreement between a lender and a borrower to temporarily suspend debt payments. Without getting into too much detail, if …

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What’s Next: Loan Forbearance Options Become Clearer

What next?  This question is what a lot of people impacted by COVID-19 are asking themselves, especially when it comes to their mortgage loans.   Although still not completely clear, we are getting more and more information every day.    Based on the information released this week, there is some good news and bad. Update from Fannie …

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