Are you looking for a clean, quick divorce in Bryan/College Station that avoids expensive attorney fees? Your answer is the CPA-driven early intervention mediation. Another name for this is “let’s get it done without wasting money.”
Is this right for you?
You should seriously consider this option if you both answer yes to the following questions.
- Are you both on reasonable speaking terms?
- Do you both believe you can reach mutual agreements?
- Do you both want financial advice about your property division and how it affects your future?
- Do you want to arrange your settlement agreement to avoid income tax problems?
- Are you ready to move at a quick pace?
Why a CPA mediator?
Attorneys are great with the legal issues, but not so great with the financial issues.
I met a disappointed ex-husband whose Bryan attorney hadn’t told him about the risks of not being able to buy a new home after the divorce. Had he known about this, he would have negotiated differently for the property settlement. He cannot qualify for a mortgage on a new home as long as his name is still on the mortgage tied to the former marital home. His ex-wife is in no hurry to refinance the mortgage.
A New York City divorce attorney found my website and has been calling me to consult on divorce cases. Last year I taught him about the Internal Revenue Code rules on alimony recapture. That kept his client out of hot water with the IRS.
There are many more financial issues that a divorce CPA mediator can identify during mediation. This expertise can help you avoid nasty post-divorce financial surprises.
Who writes the divorce decree?
Just as attorneys shouldn’t pretend to be CPAs, accountants shouldn’t pretend to be attorneys. After I help the two of you have a successful mediation on property and children issues, I recommend two reasonable attorneys who want to write your divorce documents. I pick these Bryan/College Station divorce attorneys carefully for their efficiency and their cooperative style. They will advise you on legal matters, but they won’t try to undo your agreement and burn through your savings account with large legal fees.
If you would like to know more about getting your divorce done without wasting money, ask me about mediating your settlement. Drop me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.