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Getting Split Ready with Marya Carey Pleasant and Doug Katz

Getting Split Ready with Marya Carey Pleasant and Doug Katz

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Divorce is not an event, it is a process and, like many other processes, preparation and planning can make the difference between positive outcomes and disaster.

Getting SplitReady is your source for information on the issues and considerations that should be part of your plan. We bring you poignant, informative and sometimes humorous perspectives from top industry professionals and experts.

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Generally, in marriage, a couple works together to build a life and future. A large part of this is financial. Bank accounts, retirement accounts, real estate and many other types of financial instruments become the basis of this plan. When a split happens, the divorcing couple needs to divide the marital assets fairly and efficiently to get the best chance at a new start. This process, however, must be approached with caution as mistakes can be costly. It is essential for divorcing couples to deliberately plan for the split and involve a financial professional who is trained and experienced in the unique challenges that come with untangling the finances.Join us for a conversation with Jim Johnson - CFP®,CDFA®,ChFC®,CLU,AEP to explore what a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst does and why they are so important.About Jim JohnsonJim Johnson is founder and president of Heartland Family Mediators, LLC. His listening skills, sensitivity and style combine with a mediation method that has proven effective in helping couples achieve family peace before, during and following divorce. He has more than 30 years of experience in the financial industry and is passionate about helping couples navigate the divorce process.Also let us know if there are questions on divorce, separation and starting over that you want our need answered at info@splitready.comAre you considering divorce? Get split ready at www.splitready.com
Generally, in marriage, a couple works together to build a life and future. A large part of this is financial. Bank accounts, retirement accounts, real estate and many other types of financial instruments become the bases of this plan. Divorce is an undeniable speed bump to this and, when a split happens, the divorcing couple needs to divide the marital assets fairly and efficiently to get the best chance at a new start. This process, however, must be approached with some deal of caution as mistakes can be costly. As a result, it is essential for divorcing couples the deliberately plan for the split which should always involve a financial professional who is trained and experienced in the unique challenges that come with untangling the finances.Join us for a conversation with Jim Johnson - CFP®,CDFA®,ChFC®,CLU,AEP to explore what a divorcer financial professional does and why they are so important.About Jim JohnsonJim Johnson is founder and president of Heartland Family Mediators, LLC. His listening skills, sensitivity and style combine with a mediation method that has proven effective in helping couples achieve family peace before, during and following divorce.Also let us know if there are questions on divorce, separation and starting over that you want our need answered at info@splitready.comAre you considering divorce? Get split ready at www.splitready.com
Divorce is the dissolution of a partnership, but it rarely an unemotional event. Years of living together, children and the pain of loss can and do inexorably intermingle with the process. This can and should be dealt with, but in a manner does not inhibit he rational decision making process that can provide the best outcome and new start.Join us for a discussion with Terrie Vanover, Divorce Strategist and Founder of Choosing to Rise, as we explore managing your emotions through your divorce.About TerrieTerrie Vanover is a Speaker, Writer, and Divorce Coach. She is the founder of Choosing to Rise, LLC and helps women create amazing lives following divorce. She is also the creater of the events, Bounce Back Beauty and Bounce Back Bash, which help women reconnect with their best selves as they celebrate and embrace the next phase of their lives.Let us know if there are questions on divorce, separation and starting over that you want our need answered at info@splitready.comAre you considering divorce? Get split ready at www.splitready.com
Divorce is the dissolution of a partnership, but it rarely an unemotional event. Years of living together, children and the pain of loss can and do inexorably intermingle with the process. This can and should be dealt with, but in a manner does not inhibit he rational decision making process that can provide the best outcome and new start.Join us for a discussion with Terrie Vanover, Divorce Strategist and Founder of Choosing to Rise, as we explore managing your emotions through your divorce.About TerrieTerrie Vanover is a Speaker, Writer, and Divorce Coach. She is the founder of Choosing to Rise, LLC and helps women create amazing lives following divorce. She is also the creater of the events, Bounce Back Beauty and Bounce Back Bash, which help women reconnect with their best selves as they celebrate and embrace the next phase of their lives.Let us know if there are questions on divorce, separation and starting over that you want our need answered at info@splitready.comAre you considering divorce? Get split ready at www.splitready.com
Often times, people considering divorce fail to take their specific needs and objectives into account during the selection process in favor of a referral from a family member, friend or colleague that fails to take their specific situation into account. Additionally, they homogenize the skills and capabilities of prospective attorneys during the shopping process. In the end, this introduces the potential for mismatch into their divorce which can add cost and inefficiency.Join us for a discussion with Jason Sposeep, Partner at Schiller, DuCanto and Fleck and Collaborative Law Fellow, as we explore the basic considerations for choosing a divorce attorney.About JasonJason authoritatively advocates for high net-worth professionals and their spouses who want fair and equitable results. Jason’s extensive background in business and finance as well as his compassion and understanding, enables him to sensibly resolve complicated divorce and custody disputes in and out of the courtroom. Jason strenuously believes in putting the children first in every divorce situation.While Jason’s experience in trying numerous complex divorce and custody matters permits him to be an assertive opponent, Jason makes every effort, when appropriate, to keep matters out of the courtroom. As a skilled negotiator having been trained in mediation and the collaborative model, Jason has the ability to successfully navigate clients through the financial and emotional aspects of their divorce. Jason is a former executive board member of the Collaborative Law Institute of Illinois (“CLII”). Jason uses his substantial experience in Collaborative Law to regularly educate fellow practitioners and improve upon the collaborative practice. Jason recently assisted in the redrafting and updating of the Participation Agreement used in every Collaborative divorce across the State of Illinois and played an influential role in the passing of the Illinois Supreme Court Rule 294, which directs how lawyers operate in a Collaborative Divorce.Jason is a frequent lecturer on a number of family law issues including attorney assisted mediation, Collaborative Law, trial techniques as they relate to business valuation experts, marriage and divorce planning, guardianship divorce actions on behalf of wards, prenuptial agreements, domestic violence and child custody disputes. Jason is currently a director on the Chicago Kent Alumni Board of Directors. Jason is also a founding co-chair of the Chicago Kent Young Alumni Counsel which is accountable for providing continuing education to alumni and furthering alumni relationships. Jason is also on the CLII training committee responsible for teaching the collaborative process to lawyers, mental health professionals and financial experts.Let us know if there are questions on divorce, separation and starting over that you want our need answered at info@splitready.comAre you considering divorce? Get split ready at www.splitready.com
Often times, people considering divorce fail to take their specific needs and objectives into account during the selection process in favor of a referral from a family member, friend or colleague that fails to take their specific situation into account. Additionally, they homogenize the skills and capabilities of prospective attorneys during the shopping process. In the end, this introduces the potential for mismatch into their divorce which can add cost and inefficiency.Join us for a discussion with Jason Sposeep, Partner at Schiller, DuCanto and Fleck and Collaborative Law Fellow, as we explore the basic considerations for choosing a divorce attorney.About JasonJason authoritatively advocates for high net-worth professionals and their spouses who want fair and equitable results. Jason’s extensive background in business and finance as well as his compassion and understanding, enables him to sensibly resolve complicated divorce and custody disputes in and out of the courtroom. Jason strenuously believes in putting the children first in every divorce situation.While Jason’s experience in trying numerous complex divorce and custody matters permits him to be an assertive opponent, Jason makes every effort, when appropriate, to keep matters out of the courtroom. As a skilled negotiator having been trained in mediation and the collaborative model, Jason has the ability to successfully navigate clients through the financial and emotional aspects of their divorce. Jason is a former executive board member of the Collaborative Law Institute of Illinois (“CLII”). Jason uses his substantial experience in Collaborative Law to regularly educate fellow practitioners and improve upon the collaborative practice. Jason recently assisted in the redrafting and updating of the Participation Agreement used in every Collaborative divorce across the State of Illinois and played an influential role in the passing of the Illinois Supreme Court Rule 294, which directs how lawyers operate in a Collaborative Divorce.Jason is a frequent lecturer on a number of family law issues including attorney assisted mediation, Collaborative Law, trial techniques as they relate to business valuation experts, marriage and divorce planning, guardianship divorce actions on behalf of wards, prenuptial agreements, domestic violence and child custody disputes. Jason is currently a director on the Chicago Kent Alumni Board of Directors. Jason is also a founding co-chair of the Chicago Kent Young Alumni Counsel which is accountable for providing continuing education to alumni and furthering alumni relationships. Jason is also on the CLII training committee responsible for teaching the collaborative process to lawyers, mental health professionals and financial experts.Let us know if there are questions on divorce, separation and starting over that you want our need answered at info@splitready.comAre you considering divorce? Get split ready at www.splitready.com
Mediation, with its lower costs and increased control, is quickly becoming increasingly popular as an alternative to contested or litigated divorce.In this episode of the Getting SplitReady Podcast, join us as we speak with Jim Johnson, Founder and President of Heartland Family Mediators, to learn how mediation is helping divorcing couples make a more favorable fresh start.About Jim JohnsonJim Johnson is founder and president of Heartland Family Mediators, LLC. His listening skills, sensitivity and style combine with a mediation method that has proven effective in helping couples achieve family peace before, during and following divorce.Also let us know if there are questions on divorce, separation and starting over that you want our need answered at info@splitready.comAre you considering divorce? Get split ready at www.splitready.com
Mediation, with its lower costs and increased control, is quickly becoming increasingly popular as an alternative to contested or litigated divorce.In this episode of the Getting SplitReady Podcast, join us as we speak with Jim Johnson, Founder and President of Heartland Family Mediators, to learn how mediation is helping divorcing couples make a more favorable fresh start.About Jim JohnsonJim Johnson is founder and president of Heartland Family Mediators, LLC. His listening skills, sensitivity and style combine with a mediation method that has proven effective in helping couples achieve family peace before, during and following divorce.Also let us know if there are questions on divorce, separation and starting over that you want our need answered at info@splitready.comAre you considering divorce? Get split ready at www.splitready.com
There are many considerations during a divorce. One of the most critical is the home. Often times, it is the largest asset a couple has. Additionally, the labyrinth of guidelines and other rules governing the lending industry do not always mesh well with the divorce process. To successfully disposition the home, it is imperative to have a lending professional on your team who is trained and experienced in dealing with divorce mortgage lending.Join us for a discussion with Jody Bruns, the President and Founder of the Divorce Lending Association. Jody is credited with establishing industry certification programs for mortgage professionals working with divorcing clients. Jody takes her knowledge further as an approved continuing education provider for multiple state bar associations and financial planning boards educating attorneys, financial planners and other divorce professionals on the underlying concerns when divorce and real estate meet head on. Through her own personal journey of divorce involving real estate, Jody knows firsthand the emotions divorce carries with it. Utilizing her own personal experience combined with her 25 plus years in mortgage and finance, Jody has made it her career and passion to educate the divorce community while helping divorcing clients navigate the clash between divorce, real estate and mortgage financing.Also let us know if there are questions on divorce, separation and starting over that you want our need answered at info@splitready.comAre you considering divorce? Get split ready at www.splitready.com
There are many considerations during a divorce. One of the most critical is the home. Often times, it is the largest asset a couple has. Additionally, the labyrinth of guidelines and other rules governing the lending industry do not always mesh well with the divorce process. To successfully disposition the home, it is imperative to have a lending professional on your team who is trained and experienced in dealing with divorce mortgage lending.Join us for a discussion with Jody Bruns, the President and Founder of the Divorce Lending Association. Jody is credited with establishing industry certification programs for mortgage professionals working with divorcing clients. Jody takes her knowledge further as an approved continuing education provider for multiple state bar associations and financial planning boards educating attorneys, financial planners and other divorce professionals on the underlying concerns when divorce and real estate meet head on. Through her own personal journey of divorce involving real estate, Jody knows firsthand the emotions divorce carries with it. Utilizing her own personal experience combined with her 25 plus years in mortgage and finance, Jody has made it her career and passion to educate the divorce community while helping divorcing clients navigate the clash between divorce, real estate and mortgage financing.Also let us know if there are questions on divorce, separation and starting over that you want our need answered at info@splitready.comAre you considering divorce? Get split ready at www.splitready.com
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