Centereach, NY (PRWEB) August 28, 2013
A recent article posted this month on Fox Business News online shared new divorce industry insight and recent legislative changes regarding the continuation of alimony and financial planning after a divorce. The article provided information on the growing number of divorced parties who are finding that using alimony as a way to maintain their lifestyle, may soon no longer exist. As an experienced Suffolk county divorce attorney, David Vallone shares tips for divorced individuals to better secure their financial future, whether or not they will be receiving alimony.
With the evolution of marriage, divorce and alimony rights are rapidly evolving. Alimony is no longer seen by financial planners or divorce attorneys as a means to fully maintain the standard of living a party enjoyed during the marriage. Alimony is now regarded by many financial experts as a means to bridge the gap between the divorce process and one’s entry into or return to the workforce, ultimately leading to the spouse becoming self-sufficient. In order to help financially secure a party’s future during a divorce, he or she parties should meet with accountants and financial planners. Although these financial professionals have an initial cost, they have the expertise necessary to assist a party in formulating a plan for a financially sound life after a divorce.
“Most experienced divorce attorneys have a network of accountants and financial planners to help their clients move past the difficult divorce process. Planning for a financial future, changing one’s living space, searching for career options, and creating a new budget for your lifestyle are the first steps a divorced party should take,” states Mr. Vallone. “These steps may seem obvious, but when going through an emotionally trying and difficult divorce, these steps are hard to determine,” added Vallone.
For inquiries regarding the divorce process, alimony, collaborative divorce or separation, contact Mr. Vallone today to discuss your individual situation.
Suffolk County attorney David Vallone has been practicing law on Long Island for 22 years. Throughout his career, he has practiced in the fields of divorce and family law, as well as real estate closings. Since 2006, he has also been a divorce mediator and a collaborative lawyer. If you are seeking the counsel of an experienced Suffolk County Divorce Attorney, Please call his office at 631-676-7100 for immediate assistance.
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