The only thing worse than a bad marriage is a horrible divorce. Listen to Divorce Guru David Musselman provide the reality checks that people need to know about to face their divorce in the best way possible.
Whether you are just starting your divorce, or in the middle of a divorce with attorney's or you divorce is completed and your having difficulty with how a job loss during the pandemic and the effects on the ability to pay child support or alimony...
You dont need to be worry about the courts shutting down and your attorney telling you your case is on hold. You can still get your divorce settled and a legally binding document created and signed that will prevent the stress of not knowing what you divorce is going to look like and when it will be finally over.
We will discuss a little known used tool called a POST NUPTIAL AGREEMENT that will enable you with the help of a skilled and experienced mediator and the technology of video conferencing, you can actually get a legally binding agreement and define boundaries for living in the same home if need be and do it all and never leave your home. YOU DON'T HAVE TO PUT YOUR DIVORCE ON HOLD.
THIS IS SOMETHING YOUR ATTORNEYS WILL NOT LIKELY TELL YOU IS EVEN AN OPTION.
Living 24/7 in close proximity will test even the best relationship. Being together all the time with few options to leave has the potential to strain an already strained relationship and everything in between. In this episode, Dave talks about preventative solutions to help nurture your relationships under these unprecedented circumstances of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Last week the decision to leave seemed so cut-and-dried; now with the looming uncertainty of the effects of the COVID-19 virus, a hard decision that felt right is feeling a little less so. Times of strife happen and in this episode, Dave talks about ways to navigate this scary emotional time in a way that can mitigate the damages to the relationship and the kids’ lives.
Remember 2008 and the housing bubble? Fairness matters in a divorce agreement and many couples faced the impact of a nearly overnight crash of the housing market, causing what had seemed like balanced and fair equity distributions to tip upside-down. In this episode, Dave talks about the similarities between that crash and the current market situation and proposes creative solutions and additional clauses that can be added to mitigate the potential impact to make it feel fair again.
Other topics in this episode: Coronavirus just laid me off. How does that impact child support payments?
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Pandemics and parenting plans? No one plans for situations like this; now what?
The current coronavirus pandemic is straining even the best relationships. In this episode, Dave shares tips on how to navigate this unprecedented time of chaos and uncertainty in the wake of the COVID-19 virus and how to have coparenting conversations that keep the kids front and center.
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