How A CDLP Can Be A Financial Neutral On Your Divorce Team.

How A CDLP Can Be A Financial Neutral On Your Divorce Team.

One of the most important team members in the collaborative divorce process is the financial neutral. The financial neutral is an impartial expert in his or her field with a primary role of educating all participants, including the divorcing couple, their attorneys,...
Avoid These Common Mistakes Made By Divorcing Homeowners

Avoid These Common Mistakes Made By Divorcing Homeowners

One of the biggest decisions divorcing homeowners face is what to do with the marital home and real property. Trying to agree on how to handle the mortgage and the home can be a challenge without proper direction from a Certified Divorce Lending Professional (CDLP™)....
Quit Claim vs. Warranty Deed in Divorce

Quit Claim vs. Warranty Deed in Divorce

Transferring ownership of real property incident to divorce? Most divorce professionals request a Quit Claim Deed when transferring property for a divorce scale. A basic understanding of the various real estate deeds, i.e., Quitclaim deed vs. Warranty deed, is a must...
Using Creative Thinking During Divorce Negotiations

Using Creative Thinking During Divorce Negotiations

Having a strong divorce team with creative thinking can help solve common concerns regarding the marital home or purchasing a new home post-divorce. Couples contemplating divorce want to know “what they are legally entitled to.” It is natural to want the information...
Buying A New Home When Obligated For the Marital Mortgage?

Buying A New Home When Obligated For the Marital Mortgage?

“I can’t buy a new home if I’m still on the marital mortgage!” is often the statement made by the spouse leaving the marital home. Fortunately, this isn’t necessarily true. In many divorce situations, the spouse retaining the marital home won’t qualify to refinance...
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