Stearns Financial Can Help You Navigate Your Divorce

Divorce is never easy. Even for women with significant assets, there is risk of irreparable financial harm, as women too often accept settlements that are unequal and unfair. In addition, often fearful of financial markets, women lag behind in increasing, or even maintaining, their assets in the face of inflation.

Prior to Your Divorce

  • Analyze your current financial situation
  • Determine the size of your marital estate

During Your Divorce

  • Prepare a financial plan that illustrates the impact of various settlement options
  • Litigated/Mediated Divorce. Work with you and your attorney to help you achieve the best financial outcome
  • Collaborative Divorce. Serve as a financial neutral for both parties, in a process designed to achieve a "win-win" financial outcome

After Your Divorce

  • Provide a path of action for moving past the divorce financially

Whether you're contemplating or in the midst of a divorce, we can help.

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Approximately 50% of marriages in the United States end in divorce.1
Gray divorce, defined by divorce over age 50, it was growing at more than double the rate of overall divorce.2
Two thirds of gray divorces are initiated by women.3

Different Types of Divorce

Traditional Divorce. Our team will work with your attorney to help you achieve the best financial outcome.

Mediated and Collaborative Divorce. SFG can serve as a financial neutral for both parties, to design a process to achieve a "win-win" financial outcome.

Gray Divorce Silver Linings: A Women's Guide to Divorce After 50

We've literally written the book on navigating a successful late-life divorce.

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1. Approx 50%...[Lin, Brown & Hammersmith, November 2015, Marital Biography, Social Security, and Poverty. National Center for Family & Marriage Research Working Paper Series. Bowling Green State University, retrieved from https://www.bgsu.edu]
2. Gray divorce...[S.G. Thomas, March 3, 2012, Divorce Late in Life: The Gray Divorces. Wall Street Journal, retrieved from www.wsj.com]
3. Two thirds of gray...[S.G. Thomas, March 3, 2012, Divorce Late in Life: The Gray Divorces. Wall Street Journal, retrieved from www.wsj.com]