Getting SplitReady Episode 28.2: Tech Safety and Security During Your Divorce

Automatically saved passwords, social media data, and even paying with your phone — how safe is this? The sheer amount of information on your electronic devices suggests a breach or hack of your accounts can cause significant and widespread damage. During a divorce or when things are changing, you could be even more vulnerable. Join …

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Getting Split Ready – Episode 28.1 – Safety and Personal Protection During Your Divorce

The world can be a dangerous place, even more so during change. Whether it’s a macro-change like the pandemic or a micro-change like a divorce, change may lead to gaps or holes in your safety and personal security. However, a little awareness and understanding of safety and security can help you gain confidence during changing …

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If You Snooze, You Lose – Refinances Just Got More Expensive

The Federal Housing Finance Agency surprised the mortgage market yesterday with an announcement of a 0.5% adverse market fee on all refinances.  Citing market conditions and increased risk from COVID-19, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the entities governed by the FHFA, will be adding the 0.5% fee to all refinance loans after September 1st.  Based …

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Getting SplitReady Episode 27.4: Will Divorces Increase from the COVID Effect?

COVID-19 caused couples to have to be quarantined together for weeks. Countless memes have captured the struggles that couples have faced being together for long periods of time, hinting towards divorce and unhappiness. What truly is COVID’s effect on marriages? Will divorces increase? Join us for an engaging discussion with Sandra Crawford from Law Crawford, …

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Getting SplitReady Episode 27.3: Protecting Your Budget and Managing Your Divorce with Limited Scope Representation

A growing trend in the divorce industry is limited scope representation in which less may mean more. Limited scope representation involves handling many of the details yourself while letting an attorney engage at critical points. When a budget is substantially constrained, limited scope representation is especially popular with divorcing couples. Join us for an engaging …

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Divorce Strategy

Getting SplitReady Episode 27.2: Plan to Succeed for the Best Divorce Outcome

Although divorce and chaos often go hand-in-hand, a strategic mindset can change the divorce experience, creating much better outcomes. While thinking and planning strategically is exceedingly difficult, the payoff is well worth the effort. Join us for an engaging discussion with Hirsch Serman, MBA, CPA from Lifecycle Financial about divorce planning and thinking strategically. Also …

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Divorce Humor

Getting SplitReady Episode 27.1: Dealing with and Healing from Divorce with Humor

Laughing is the best medicine when you are feeling down. Yet, during stressful and difficult times, having a good chuckle couldn’t be further from our minds. With irrefutable health and mental benefits, laughter and humor can have a positive effect on someone who is dealing with divorce. Join us for an engaging discussion with comedian, …

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Banks Tighten Their Belts on Loan Approvals. What Does This Mean For Jumbo Loans?

Wells Fargo just announced an increase in the required banking and/or investment relationship for jumbo loans from $250,000 to $1,000,000.  Additionally, they increased the restrictiveness of some of the loan approval guidelines.  Back in April, Chase made similar moves to their lending rules and requirements.  This trend is not limited to the big banks and …

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Home Prices Are Dropping. What Should You Do?

May’s Home Price Index and Home Price Forecast is not great, but could be worse. CoreLogic is a company that provides information to help clients make smart and educated decisions. In a CoreLogic report, home prices are expected to decrease by 6.6% by May of 2021.  In their press release, CoreLogic said, “The anticipated impacts …

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Getting SplitReady Episode 26.4: Virtual Technologies and the Future of Divorce

With smart phones, computers, TV and video games, technology is always at our fingertips. As our devices gain more and more capabilities, our lives become less chaotic, but what about divorce? Can two people really dissolve a marriage virtually? Join us for an engaging discussion about technology and divorce with Matt Carroll, Divorce Mediator Pro …

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