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Divorce Negotiations Should Focus on the Long-run

Divorce can be devastating, both emotionally and financially.

Even in the best of circumstances where both parties are in full agreement and both want the divorce, the pressure is on since the same combined income that was used while they were married now must be stretched to pay expenses to operate two households instead of one. Historically most people never attempted to project what effect the various decisions might have on each spouse’s long term financial well-being. But this is key since the outcome will have a lasting financial impact, it’s important to address critical issues early on.

Our guest, Claudia Mott MBA, CFP, CDFA has come to help us understand our options. Claudia is not just concerned about how decisions affect you today or tomorrow but instead urges you to consider the long term consequences of decisions which you make when going through a divorce. Make sure to join us to hear how you and your family can navigate through this difficult life event with the best results possible.

Claudia E. Mott, CFP®, CDFA™ - Epona Financial Solutions, LLC

Claudia’s 13 years of experience on Wall Street combined with her expertise in financial planning and knowledge of investing allows her to bring her clients custom solutions for their unique circumstances. Her practical and casual style earned her regular appearances on CNBC, published research in the Journal of Portfolio Management and frequent quotes in the Wall Street Journal, Investors’ Business Daily and Money Magazine. She was named to Institutional Investor magazine’s All-Star team for nine consecutive years.

In addition to being a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER® practitioner, she is licensed as a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst and has been specially trained to assist individuals thinking about divorce or working within the divorce process.

Claudia understands that financial needs and goals vary from person to person and works with each client to determine the individual needs of his or her own situation. Claudia’s goal is for her clients to understand their finances and confidently choose the options that are best for their future.

Claudia earned her undergraduate degree cum laude from the University of Massachusetts Amherst and her MBA from Boston University. She is involved in many community organizations including the Foundation for the Long Hill Library, Friends of Lord Stirling Stable and the Rutgers Gardens. Claudia is a member of the Financial Planning Association, National Association of Personal Financial Planners (NAPFA), the New Jersey Collaborative Law Group, and the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals.  Email Claudia at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  Website: www.eponafs.com

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