Financial & Divorce Planning

A divorce brings with it many pressing financial issues.  You know them:

  • How much is child support? 

  • Who claims the exemptions? 

  • What's the pension worth? 

  • How should we divide our debts? 

  • Should I do an alimony buy-out? 

  • Should we sell the home? 

  • How much rent can I afford? 

  • What's alimony after tax? 

  • Do I need to go back to work? 

  • How much more do I need to earn? 

  • Can I plan for college? 

  • Which stocks should I take? 

  • Who gets the car? 

How do you get answers to these questions?  The only resource that we recommend to analyze all of your financial issues in divorce is Split Up.  This resource gives you the ability to review all of your financial issues at once - not separately, but together, the way it should work. 

How do you know what to do with your pension if you don't know what you are doing with your other assets or if you don't know the tax impact of spousal and child support payments?

Don't make your financial decisions without understanding all of the issues.  Don't leave your financial decision making to others.  Take control and get financial clarity.

Split Up provides answers to all of the pressing financial questions that confront you in divorce.  With Split Up, you can make informed decisions with a thirty year projection, and you can run different reports over and over again with different figures and different assumptions.

To review this software, follow this link:    Split-Up