While R&H understands that both marriage and divorce are filled with emotions, those emotions can get in the way of fairly settling your financial matters. Furthermore, you might have different levels of financial knowledge and/or not have enough time to devote to this very important process. That’s where we come in. We treat your personal financial matters like a business, with the goal of maximizing your net income and net worth.
Whether it is for a traditional or a collaborative divorce, the R&H process will allow you to achieve the best settlement option available.
First, we create your detailed marital balance sheet and personal income statements so that we know what you have. Next, we create multi-scenario, post-divorce balance sheet and income statement forecasts to understand your options for moving forward. Lastly, we review and discuss all of these financial statements with you so that, together, we can determine the best financial settlement course of action for you.
This straight forward approach to property and income separation thoroughly addresses all of your financial matters while allowing for an efficient, time saving analysis that preserves your wealth by minimizing your costs.
Once your divorce is settled, you will each have your own balance sheet and income statement. That is where the multi-scenario forecasts begin. There are certainly many potential ways for your marital balance sheet and income statement to be divided going forward. There are also potentially significant tax implications based on how your marital balance sheet and income statement are allocated in the divorce settlement. Lastly, each person’s post-divorce plans (e.g., career, residence and child custody) are critical to your divorce settlement. The multiple scenarios R&H prepares and presents are necessary for understanding your options and the outlook for each.