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Kevin Worthley is a Certified Financial Planner™ practitioner and Certified Divorce Financial Analyst with Equitable Divorce Solutions, LLC, serving divorcing clients in RI and MA. If you are considering divorce, call for a free financial consultation at 401-488-5516.

He is not a licensed attorneys or tax professionals and does not give legal or tax advice.

Stay? Go? Sell? Keep? Make Careful Decisions about the House in Divorce

June/July 2014 issue of the Rhode Island Women’s Journal Stay? Go? Sell? Keep?  Make Careful Decisions about the House in Divorce It may come as no surprise that the marital house is usually one of the most difficult subjects in divorce discussions between spouses, not only because […]

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The Divorce is Final and Now You Are Done? Not So Fast…

April/May 2014 Issue of Rhode Island Women’s Journal The Divorce is Final and Now You Are Done? Not So Fast… For most women, divorce can be a long weary process.  After the final court date, there may be a sense of relief when the final Property Settlement […]

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Don’t Overlook Risk Management in Divorce Matters

Don’t Overlook Risk Management in Divorce Matters Insurance and risk management are not day-to-day concerns for most people. Few take the trouble to review their coverage periodically and implement needed changes (unless prodded by their agent or financial planner).  In the divorce process, family insurance is often […]

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Divorce Can Mean New Beginnings in Your Financial Life

Divorce Can Mean New Beginnings in Your Financial Life There’s that old cliché about the Chinese symbol being the same for both ‘crisis’ and ‘opportunity’.  This rings true in divorce as well; there are a variety of endings, but also new beginnings.  While you may not be […]

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Alimony; It Ain’t What it Used to Be

Alimony; It Ain’t What it Used to Be The subject of alimony (also called spousal support or spousal maintenance) is where we’ve seen the deepest lines drawn in the sand and the biggest battles in divorce negotiations.  Most divorcing spouses recognize the fairness of a somewhat even […]

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How Do You Avoid Financial Ruin in Divorce?

How Do You Avoid Financial Ruin in Divorce Divorce is one of those unpleasant life-events that many of us face. It can be emotionally challenging — even paralyzing, before, during and after. Along with the significant changes in their lives (and lifestyles), divorcing people are often subject […]

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