In this episode of Money, She Talked, Marika Franceschi, Partner MacRoberts LLP joins Tilney’s financial planner Taina Moran discussing finance surrounding divorce.
In this episode of Money, She Talked, Marika Franceschi, Partner MacRoberts LLP joins Tilney’s financial planner Taina Moran, as they explain the often-overwhelming process of untangling finances during divorce. A supportive team of both lawyers and financial planners, with a joint approach, can help achieve the best outcome for all parties involved in what is typically a traumatic time for families.
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1:23 – Knowing your options: feeling overwhelmed or confused by the finances involved is normal. Taina and Marika break down what happens during those initial meetings and why it’s important to put a full financial plan in place early on.
6:40 – Blindsided by separation versus what is realistic: making those big financial decisions, for example, do you know if you can afford to keep the family home long-term? Cashflow modelling can help untangle the options to put these big decisions into perspective so you can forecast your finances.
13:30 – Being in control and finding the best route for you: with heightened emotions it’s key to be confident and pragmatic about the future and what’s affordable. The decisions made during the divorce process are life-changing and have long lasting consequences.
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