Cache Counsel: Divorce Strategies In A Bad Economy

Hosted by Joseph Cordell, JD, CPA, LL.M

"During a financial crisis the way your business value is assessed by an expert is going to be impacted."

In this edition of Cache Counsel: Executive Asset Protection, host Joseph Cordell, JD, CPA, LL.M discusses why a bad economy should be considered if you are considering going forward with a divorce.

"You’re in a position where you can anticipate changes in the future. Your predictions about the future [concerning your assets] are going to be better than others, and as a result you have an opportunity to extract from the divorce a better deal than you otherwise would."

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The newest installment of Cache Counsel: Executive Asset Protection features Cordell & Cordell Principal, Joseph Cordell discussing the tactics designed to protect what is yours.

Aimed at the professional who needs to protect what is his, Cache Counsel is a must for anyone concerned with protecting hard-earned assets from creditors or predators.

 

Joseph E. Cordell is the Principal at Cordell and Cordell, PC, which he founded in 1990 with his wife, Yvonne.

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One comment on “Cache Counsel: Divorce Strategies In A Bad Economy

    Heard Cordell & Cordell’s Ads About This Topic
    I have to admit when I heard this man’s law firm’s ads talking about how divorce might be the right move during these hard economic times something about it bothered me.

    Now, I think I understand better where they are coming from. As a funny side note, my wife got the house before the downturn of the market and I got a cash payout.

    Now the house payments are not reflective of what the house is “really” worth. I invested the money back into my business which was a great move. Though I didn’t see that coming, it is worthwhile to consider the possible shifts of value in the assets being divided. Now might be the time to strike if you have indeed decided to divorce.

    P.T.

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