Divorce is an extremely turbulent, stressful and emotional process ... and one during which women must make many important financial decisions that will, for better or worse, impact the rest of their lives, including the division of assets and debt, the marital home, tax liabilities, alimony, etc.
Thinking financially is not always easy. But, it is possible, especially if you have some help.
Anyone, no matter how savvy, can benefit from expert advice when she is crossing through such treacherous and unfamiliar territory.
Divorce: Think Financially, Not Emotionally® provides women with everything they need to know to establish a secure financial future for themselves and their children before, during and after a financially complicated divorce. The book guides women on how to focus on vital financial matters, offering specific instruction on a number of key issues vital to securing long-term financial security, including:
building a top-notch divorce team
uncovering a husband's hidden assets
protecting your personal assets, business and intellectual properties
dealing with pensions, 401Ks and other retirement accounts
. . . and so much more!
Begin your single life knowing you have made the thoughtful decisions required to help establish your long-term financial security.
Think Financially, Not Emotionally® as you look ahead to a bright future for yourself and your children.
A portion of the purchase price of each book sold is donated to various charities that help female victims of domestic abuse and their children.
What People Are Saying About Divorce: Think Financially, Not Emotionally®
"Divorce: Think Financially, Not Emotionally® is a wonderful guide for women seeking to secure their financial future." -- Renowned divorce attorney Laura A. Wasser, whose client list includes Heidi Klum, Angelina Jolie, Christina Aguilera and other celebrities
"I wish I had this book when I was going through my divorce! It would have made the learning curve much less steep"--Sonja Morgan, star of The Real Housewives of New York.
"I wholeheartedly applaud Jeff's efforts to support women in abusive situations." --Syndicated columnist Liz Smith
About the Author
He writes a weekly blog for Forbes.com on the financial aspects of divorce for women called “Divorce Dollars and Sense” and contributes articles regularly to The Huffington Post, DailyWorth, More.com, Lawyers.com and many others.
Jeff has also been extensively interviewed about the financial aspects of divorce for women by CBS Television News and such prestigious publications as The Wall Street Journal, Dow Jones, The Miami Herald, Smart Money, Consumer Reports, The Christian Science Monitor, and many others.
Jeff earned his BA degree in psychology from Columbia University and studied law at Pace University School of Law before becoming a divorce financial advisor.