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Second Saturday TV

Overcoming fear: Running out of Money

4.02.2020    Posted by Mark Flowers

Divorce Financial Planning Process

4.24.2020    Posted by Mark Flowers

The largest fear of divorce transition is the fear of: Running out of Money. We review three tips to keep you focused on your transition plan. 

We explain how working with a financial professional (CDFA) can streamline the process and set you up for success when divorce is complete. 

Do you understand basic tax terminology?

Second Saturday Leader, Mark Flowers, reviews what areas of the tax return are relevant to divorce, and how to understand tax terms. 

Action Steps
Financial Independence

04.25.22    Posted by Mark Flowers

Divorce is the end of something old, but it's also the beginning of something new. These are action steps you can take now to become financially independent as you navigate the divorce process

Separate Successfully.

5.22.2019    Posted by Mark Flowers

Divorce planning requires a strategy, even before you start the process. We review five ways to plan for separation. 

Should I Keep the House?

01.27.22   Posted by Mark Flowers

The marital home is a large family asset that needs careful consideration during dissolution. We review the things you should be thinking about. 

An intro to Hello Divorce.

10.25.2019   Posted by Erin Levine and Mark Flowers

Hello Divorce is an incredibly powerful DIY divorce navigation tool that can help keep costs down for couples willing to work cooperatively through divorce. 

Protecting the most important assets:    Estate planning basics

5.1.2020    Posted by Rebecca L. Matthias and Mark Flowers

Estate planning attorney Rebecca L. Matthias and Second Saturday Leader, Mark Flowers do a Q&A on how to protect your most important assets (your health, children, and money) both during divorce and into the future

What is Community Property?

2.15.2019    Posted by Erin Levine

Family law attorney, Erin Levine, explains what  community property is, and the considerations around how you value the marital estate. 

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