Aging Workforce Solutions, LLC

The Good Divorce

 

 

Divorce is a time of change. Aging Workforce Solutions functions with professionals supporting the divorce process, with planning for personal and financial security our primary function.

 

The resulting changes from the divorce will impact how future decisions are made.  In our divorce planning process, “The Next Chapter”, we help the individual in the divorce process and their family to answer questions that are relevant to facilitating “The Good Divorce”.

 

 In the Chinese language, the symbol for the word “crisis” is comprised of two characters, one meaning “danger” and the other “opportunity”. Let us help you and your family to make sound financial decisions as you transition through this challenging time, and to help find the opportunities in your financial future.  Some of the issues that we help you to answer include, but are not limited to:

 

 

  • Who will be authorized to make important medical and financial decisions if I am unable to do so?

 

  • How can I be certain my children and other beneficiaries will receive the inheritances I wish to leave them whether or not I remarry?

 

  • How can I commit to supporting my future/next spouse without disinheriting my children?

 

  • How can I address the needs of a “special needs” child and or sibling without compromising government sponsored funding they do or might receive?

 

  • How can I insulate myself from my future spouse’s potential financial liabilities?

 

  • How do I evaluate the risks to my financial portfolio?

 

  • How do I evaluate the risks current and future healthcare costs pose to me and my family, including my parents? 

 

  • How can I minimize or eliminate the probate process for my assets?

 

  • What is my exposure to state and federal estate taxes?  How do I keep abreast of the dynamics of estate taxes?

 

 

Divorce is a time of change. Aging Workforce Solutions functions with professionals supporting the divorce process, with planning for personal and financial security our primary function.

 

The resulting changes from the divorce will impact how future decisions are made.  In our divorce planning process, “The Next Chapter”, we help the individual in the divorce process and their family to answer questions that are relevant to facilitating “The Good Divorce”.

 

 In the Chinese language, the symbol for the word “crisis” is comprised of two characters, one meaning “danger” and the other “opportunity”. Let us help you and your family to make sound financial decisions as you transition through this challenging time, and to help find the opportunities in your financial future.  Some of the issues that we help you to answer include, but are not limited to:

 

 

  • Who will be authorized to make important medical and financial decisions if I am unable to do so?

 

  • How can I be certain my children and other beneficiaries will receive the inheritances I wish to leave them whether or not I remarry?

 

  • How can I commit to supporting my future/next spouse without disinheriting my children?

 

  • How can I address the needs of a “special needs” child and or sibling without compromising government sponsored funding they do or might receive?

 

  • How can I insulate myself from my future spouse’s potential financial liabilities?

 

  • How do I evaluate the risks to my financial portfolio?

 

  • How do I evaluate the risks current and future healthcare costs pose to me and my family, including my parents? 

 

  • How can I minimize or eliminate the probate process for my assets?

 

  • What is my exposure to state and federal estate taxes?  How do I keep abreast of the dynamics of estate taxes?