Not sure what to do with your home because you are going through a divorce or considering divorce as an option, the first thing we want you to know is that we care. We care about you. We care about your journey. We care about your spouse. If you have children, we care about them, too.
The difference between working with us and a typical bank or lender is that in all circumstances, even the hard ones, we realize that unexpected things happen. And while there are plenty of emotions involved, you’ve realized there are some logistics that need to be addressed.
Often people have more questions than answers:
- Should I stay in the home? Can I afford to?
- Do I want to purchase another home or maybe just rent for a season?
- Can my spouse afford to keep the home?
- Should both of us move out and sell the home?
- If there is equity in the home, how do we access it? Can I pull cash out?
- If I’m receiving or paying alimony, how will it impact my ability to purchase a home in the future?
Over the past 15 years, we have helped many people navigate the specific situations that arise in unraveling an intertwined financial and credit life. We operate with compassion and expertise while addressing the current situation through the lens of planning for the next chapter.
We also work closely with the Collaborative Family Law Group—a collective of attorneys, financial advisors, CPA’s, and mental health counselors dedicated to helping couples and families resolve conflict in a healthy way resulting in optimal financial and emotional outcomes.