Peaceful Divorce

Lisa C. Decker
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  • Kennesaw, Ga.
  • United States
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Lisa C. Decker left a comment for Shari N. Hines, Esq.
"I know an attorney in my neck of the woods that did this and has a nice practice going on now.  Good luck with it!"
Feb 17, 2011
Lisa C. Decker posted an event

Find and Get That Job Now! at Teleseminar

May 13, 2009 from 7pm to 8pm
Winning Strategies for Finding Employment in Today’s Competitive Market"with Larkin Dailey of Snelling Personnel Services.Join us for this FREE teleseminar to learn more about how you can maximize your chances of finding and getting your dream job!Get great tips and advice about:• How to stand out among the hordes of applicants & résumés • Improve your chances of getting that job you really want or need• Learn the secrets to maximize your relationships with staffing companies and…See More
May 11, 2009
Lisa C. Decker commented on Stephanie L Watson's event Divorce Talk Radio Live
"I'm excited about being your first guest on your new radio show. Can't wait to talk with you tonight about "Divorce Dollars and $ense" and my surprise announcement! Take care, Lisa C. Decker, CDFA"
Apr 21, 2009
Lisa C. Decker is attending Stephanie L Watson's event

Divorce Talk Radio Live at Huntsville, AL and The Internet

April 21, 2009 from 8pm to 9pm
Join me every Tuesday night at 8pm CDT for Live Divorce Talk Radio. More
Apr 21, 2009
Lisa C. Decker left a comment for J. Richard Kulerski
"Hi Richard, Thank you so much for your call wishing me well on the radio program tonight - Divorce Talk Radio Live. I appreciate your kindness. Best Regards, Lisa"
Apr 21, 2009
Lisa C. Decker left a comment for Robert D. Bordett, CFP, CDFA
"I had the pleasure of meeting you at the recent Collaborative Law Training in Atlanta. You did a fabulous job in teaching the process. Thank you and hope to see you again soon."
Apr 21, 2009
Sue K. Varon and Lisa C. Decker are now friends
Mar 17, 2009
Lisa C. Decker commented on Carolyn Ellis's event Creating a Strong Legal Foundation - THRIVE Community Teleclass, March 17
"The links to the call don't seem to be working. Does anyone know if there will be a way to listen to a replay? Thanks, Lisa C. Decker"
Mar 17, 2009

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About Me:
I am a CDFA™, a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst. As an expert in divorce financial matters, I am a discreet problem-solver and trusted advisor. By utilizing cutting edge tools and industry insight to guide my clients during one of life's most difficult challenges, I seek to help my clients to “Divorce Your Spouse, Not Your Money™.” Visit me at for details and my FREE Report "5 Things You Must Know Before You Sign on the Dotted Line.”

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My NY Times Interview - CNN and Good Morning America may want you!

Happy New Year to Everyone!

I hope that you all enjoyed blessed holidays.

I would like to share with you the news of my quote in the NY Times today. Recently I received a call from a reporter there doing a story on the down housing market and it’s effects on those in divorce. That story was released online today. You can read the full story here… Continue

Posted on December 30, 2008 at 9:30pm

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Robert D. Bordett, CFP, CDFA posted a blog post

What Couples Need to Know About the Divorce Mediation Process

In January of this year, I was honored to be featured in Stress-Free Divorce: Leading Divorce Professionals Speak. Unfortunately, something happened to me that has been happening all of my life: the book was published giving me credit as Robert B-O-R-D-E-T-T-E. I suppose it’s better than Bordebt, but it still makes …See More
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Robert D. Bordett, CFP, CDFA posted a blog post

Warning! Don’t Violate the Child Contingency Rule!

In a divorce decree, if any amount of specified money becomes reduced:Upon the happening of any contingency related to the child orAt a time that can be clearly associated with a contingency related to the child, then the amount of the reduction will be treated as child support, rather than alimony. Code Sec. 71(c)(2). Reg. §1.71-1T(c)What is a contingency?A contingency is an event related to a child,…See More
Aug 31
Robert D. Bordett, CFP, CDFA posted a blog post

How to Avoid the 10% Penalty When Taking Money From a Defined Contribution Plan!

Normally, distributions made before a participant attains age 59 1/2 are called “early distributions” and are subject to a 10% penalty tax. The tax does not apply, though, to early distributions upon death, disability, annuity payments for the life expectancy of the individual, or distributions made to an ex-spouse by a QDRO.The tax Reg (72)(t)(2)(C) states that when you take money out of a qualified plan in…See More
Aug 15
Robert D. Bordett, CFP, CDFA posted a blog post

How Can Divorce Affect Your Auto Insurance?

After divorce, people often forget to take care of a few small but very important details, such as:Joint auto Insurance policies;Amending will and life insurance beneficiaries; andSwitching accounts for bills that are on autopay.In regards to auto insurance and divorce, many couples get discounts due to being tied to their residence or having multiple vehicles. When considering the removal of a spouse from a joint policy, compare auto policies before deciding. Keep in mind the following…See More
Jul 27
Robert D. Bordett, CFP, CDFA posted a blog post

Getting Divorced? Don’t Forget about Long Term Care Insurance!

Often when people go through a divorce, their emotions are tied up. The questions on their mind are “how does this marriage end?” and “what do I get financially?” When they do think about health insurance, they usually don't consider long-term care insurance (LTCi). Why is it so important for recently divorced or currently divorcing couples to think about long term care planning? Two…See More
Jul 5
Robert D. Bordett, CFP, CDFA posted a blog post

The Grey Divorce

Perhaps you’ve heard about the phenomenon known as the “grey divorce” and are wondering what it’s all about. An important study conducted by the Department of Sociology and the National Center for Family and Marriage Research at Bowling Green State University entitled “The Grey Divorce Revolution” addressed this issue. I was attending the Institute for Divorce Financial Analysts’…See More
Jun 7
Robert D. Bordett, CFP, CDFA posted a blog post

Elder Care Mediation

I recently attended a conference for The Academy of Professional Family Mediators in Memphis, Tennessee. One of the workshops I participated in was on elder care mediation, which gave some fascinating insights. A 2001 study, done by Debra B. Gentry, showed nearly 40% of adult children providing care for their parents reported serious conflict with siblings, usually related to a lack of sufficient help from those siblings. This study…See More
May 17
Robert D. Bordett, CFP, CDFA posted a blog post

Parallel Parenting: Making the Best of a Bad Situation

I very much appreciate working on divorce cases with a team, as it has so much value for clients. Mental health professionals can bring much-needed clarity to very difficult situations. The following article, written by Howard Dructman, PhD and Marsha Schechtman, LCSW, Atlanta Behavioral Consultants, explains how the concept of parallel parenting works:A literature…See More
Apr 11
Robert D. Bordett, CFP, CDFA posted a blog post

Why Do I Have to Prepare a Budget?

We all hate the word budget. How many times have you had a budget that never worked and only made life harder? And when you didn't follow it, did you feel like you failed?If a budget is done right, it will provide many benefits that are crucial when going through a divorce.A budget is a guideline to help you forecast how your cash flow will look.Having a budget keeps your priorities and values straight. Many…See More
Mar 23
Robert D. Bordett, CFP, CDFA posted a blog post

The Difference Between Litigation and Mediation: It's Personal

People have a range of preconceptions about divorce, the law, and the courts. In reality, going before a judge to air your grievances about your soon-to-be ex-spouse is rarely as satisfying as movies and television shows may have you believe. Mediation offers a private, cost-efficient alternative to litigation—but before you choose either venue, there are some guiding principles to keep in mind:Don't expect…See More
Mar 7
Robert D. Bordett, CFP, CDFA posted a blog post

The Taxes They Are A-Changing

Time flies when you’re having fun; here we find ourselves in a new year, with new challenges ahead—and of course our taxes are due. So let’s bring you up to date on some tax changes that we know of. (Remember this year could bring other tax changes that we don’t know about at this time).One big change is that 1099s have to be in to the IRS by January 31st of his…See More
Feb 7
Robert D. Bordett, CFP, CDFA posted a blog post

Social Security: How Do the New Rules Affect Divorced People?

The Association of Divorce Financial Planners held their annual conference this past October. One of the keynote speakers was Mary Beth Franklin, CFP, who is a contributing editor for Investment News. She spoke about the new Social Security rules and how to maximize benefits. Here is part of her talk relating to divorce:If married at least 10 years and currently unmarried, you may be able to collect on your ex-spouse’s work record as…See More
Dec 29, 2016




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