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Podcast: Choosing Collaborative Divorce

WolfBridge Financial podcast

As mentioned in previous posts, the WolfBridge Financial team works with groups like Separating Together and the North Carolina Association of Collaborative Divorce Professionals (NCACDP) to promote the Collaborative Divorce process.

In a new podcast from WolfBridge Financial CEO, Michael Kothakota, we cover the process of choosing Collaborative Divorce. This podcast could be extremely helpful if you are in the midst of a divorce and are unsure as to what you should do. It explains whether or not you may be right for collaborative divorce and how you can get the process started. A full list of the questions asked can be found below.

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1. Who is right for collaborative divorce?
2. What if you don’t think your spouse will be cordial in the collaborative meetings?
3. How can I get the Collaborative Divorce Process Started?
4. What questions should I ask collaborative divorce professionals before choosing one?
5. I know the collaborative process puts a great deal of emphasis on making sure the kids aren’t forgotten. Can you explain how they are involved in the process?
6. What if I have additional questions about the collaborative divorce process?

Additional Free Information on Collaborative Divorce Process:

–> Podcast: The Differences Between Traditional & Collaborative Divorce
–> What is Collaborative Divorce
–> Who is Involved in the Collaborative Divorce Process
–> Financial Benefits of Collaborative Divorce

Podcast: Tax tips for Divorced Couples Filing 2011 Taxes

Our tax expert here at WolfBridge Financial, Kristen Steffen, CPA, sat down to answer a few questions that couples who got divorced in 2011 are probably asking with tax season around the corner.

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Kristen addresses the following questions, and is more than happy to answer additional questions if you want to write them in the comment area below or Contact Us.

  1. I was divorced in 2011, how do I file my taxes?
  2. What if both parties want to file as head of household?
  3. Do both parties generally have a good feel for how the taxes have been done in the past and how they should be done moving forward, or do you recommend they hire a CPA?
  4. What if I received alimony throughout 2011 and didn’t work?
  5. What if I was divorced in early 2012, do I still file as married on my 2011 taxes?
  6. If you are planning to get divorced in 2012, does that affect how you file for 2011?
  7. Are there any strange divorce tax rules you might need to know?