Words of Wisdom

The Truth Allows Judges To Set You Free

By helium | Sep 19, 2017 | 0 Comments

Hannah and Dirk had been married for almost 40 years when they decided to divorce.  Their two children were in their thirties and understood that it was probably good for their parents to divorce.  The two had worked hard during their forty years together and had accumulated 1.5 Million in assets.  The only debt that…

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Going Home

By helium | Jul 5, 2017 | 0 Comments

They say that home is where your heart is. I find a lot of truth in that statement. A home can also be a place of refuge and peace. At times my heart longs for the home of my past. Things and places that connect me to who and what I came from. I am…

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It takes a village

By helium | Apr 28, 2017 | 0 Comments

Going through a divorce is a very difficult experience.  It can also be a very confusing time, but there are resources available that will provide you with the clarity that you need. How did you get here? While you were building a life with your spouse, you made many decisions that encompass the standard of living…

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PLAN, WHAT PLAN?

By Wendy Hayes | Apr 20, 2017 | Comments Off on PLAN, WHAT PLAN?

What kind of plans do you have for your retirement years? How does anyone plan that far into the future? My parents were good role models, with a shared joy for family, living, and security. Mom and Dad believed that financial security was the cornerstone for supporting the family and lifestyle that they envisioned. This meant:…

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Costly Mistakes Learned By Divorcees

By Wendy Hayes | Aug 9, 2016 | Comments Off on Costly Mistakes Learned By Divorcees

My dad taught me that accidents happen; things break; and life does not always turn out the way we anticipate.  If we expect the best and plan for the unexpected we could have a better outcome when life throws us an inevitable curve-ball.  No-one wants to think that their spouse could die or that their…

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