Responsibilities of a Financial Neutral
The financial neutral on a collaborative divorce team works very closely with the divorcing couple and the team members to bring clarity and understanding to the family's finances with the goal of helping the couple achieve a mutually agreeable settlement that works for the family […]
The 13 Anchors of Collaborative Divorce
Before undertaking collaborative divorce, spouses must agree to these “13 anchors” of the process.
A Solution for Gray Divorces
The escalating divorce rate for people who are 50 and older is taking a toll on today's and tomorrow's retirees.
Collaborative Divorce: A Win-Win Dissolution
Remember Kramer vs. Kramer? The War of the Roses? A newer divorce process is much kinder to clients and their finances.
Katty Kay, one of the two authors of “The Confidence Code,” told us she had always felt that others were slightly smarter than she was.
Women, Money and the Confidence Gap
In recent years, banks, brokerage firms and fund companies have pulled out all the stops to make women more confident about money.
12 Ways to Build Authentic Confidence
“Part of women's lack of confidence is genetic, the way our brains are wired,” journalist Katty Kay told us.
Think He's Depressed? Ask His Wife
A male client's wife or partner may sometimes confide her concern to you that he is depressed, noted Terry Real, a family and couples therapist in Arlington, Mass., who focuses on men's issues.
The Secret Sadness of Retired Men
As an advisor to retirees, you may be a witness — and sometimes an unwitting accessory — to lives whose joy is sapped by depression.
A Quick Guide to Assessing Mental Health
Alan Berman, executive director of the American Association of Suicidology, recommends three steps for an advisor to follow in gauging the mental well-being of an older male client.