After the divorce: Thinking long term to keep finances afloat
Along the wall of Elizabeth Felt Wakeman’s office are boxes and boxes filled with paperwork.
The divorce case that filled all those boxes – plus another nine file cabinets’ worth – isn’t typical, said Wakeman, a family law attorney with Zukowski, Rogers, Flood & McArdle in Crystal Lake.
“There is nothing particularly typical in a divorce because there is such a wide range of the assets and liabilities that people have and also the range of emotions,” she said. “And the emotions really do drive the finances, unfortunately.”
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