Real Estate Divorce Specialist in Salt Lake City
In the process of Divorce there are often assets that need to be valued and divided. It is in the interest of all parties to have professional and qualified assistance in Real Estate and Financial decisions. In becoming a Real Estate Divorce Specialist focus is put upon the equitable and fair division of clients assets. Including understanding of the effects of past and future acquisitions and income potential.
Carol Ann Wilson offers a course for Realtors and Financial Planners. Completion allows for a more knowledgeable approach to complex legal and tax aspects of marital separations. I work together with Financial Planners and Attorneys who specialize in specific niches, like divorce cases. Together with these experts I am able to coordinate the highest level of service. I look forward to assisting you in your or someone you knows needs.
Certified Real Estate Divorce Specialist
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Below I have provided some interesting statistics from the U. S. Census Bureau.
- " Children living with a parent who divorced in 2009 were more likely to live in a household headed by their mother (75 percent) than in a household headed by their father (25 percent). Additionally, children living with a parent who divorced in 2009 were more likely to be in a household below the poverty level (28 percent) compared with other children (19 percent), and they were more likely to live in a rented home (53 percent) compared with other children (36 percent).
- The economic well-being of those who experienced a recent marital event differed.
- Women who divorced in the past 12 months were more likely to receive public assistance than recently divorced men (23 percent and 15 percent).
- Women who divorced in the past 12 months reported less household income than recently divorced men. For example, 27 percent of women who divorced in the past 12 months had less than $25,000 in annual household income compared with 17 percent of recently divorced men.
- Similarly, women who divorced in the past 12 months were more likely than recently divorced men to be in poverty (22 percent compared with 11 percent).
- Women who divorced in the past 12 months were more likely to be living in a multigenerational household -- 11 percent of such women, compared with 5 percent for men.