Divorce

Seeing through to the other side

The most stressful part of any divorce is the uncertainty that comes with it. You may have been comfortable with your future plans, where you lived, your income and the lifestyle you had for yourself and your family. However, during this life event, the circumstances surrounding each of these can drastically change.

For professionals, executives, business owners and affluent individuals, divorce can also lead to altered income expectations. How will a divorce affect your assets and retirement portfolio? What are the tax implications? Do you need to revise your wealth plan to account for a changing income profile?

Support during a stressful time
We can help you build a coordinated plan for managing your assets in the wake of a divorce. Beyond taking some of the stress out of the process, this will help you:

  • Determine how much you will need to earn or have coming in to maintain your lifestyle and reach your retirement goals.
  • Reestablish your financial footing.
  • Minimize any taxes associated with any negotiated settlement or division of assets.

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Susan Latremoille

MBA, FCSI, ICD.D, FEA

Director, Wealth Management, Wealth Advisor

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  • "IS YOUR WEALTH WORKING FOR YOU?"
  • "WHEN LIFE EVENTS HAPPEN, WHAT HAPPENS TO YOUR WEALTH?"
  • "ARE YOU GETTING THE RIGHT ADVICE?"

Offering Answers to the many aspects of wealth management.