On our 10th episode of Inside Divorce, Hindell has a conversation with Marc Gudema of BayState Business Brokers located in Needham, Massachusetts. Marc talks about the easiest and hardest ways to sell a business, as well as advice for what to do when business partners are going through a divorce. Marc also discusses tools for maximizing business value and of course the importance of marketing.
This week on Inside Divorce, Hindell meets with Heather Tullar, the Senior Vice President of The Valuation Research Corporation. Heather Tullar explains her role as a business elevator and how the business evaluation process comes into play during a divorce. The two ladies also discuss the definition of “double dipping” and how Heather works together with opposing attorneys.
This week on Inside Divorce, Hindell speaks with Tony Pelusi, a Massachusetts Parenting Coordinator. During this podcast, Tony describes the role of a parenting coordinator, how he helps parents resolve parenting issues during the divorce, and explains the impact of the new Probate and Family Court standing order issued in February, and effective on July 1st, 2017. Tony also talks about the successful mediation tools he uses to leave with parenting conflicts, including the Our Family Wizard application.
Summary: In this bonus episode, a live recording from a 2016 event featuring Hindell and matchmaker Peggy Wollman (listen to Episode 005 for more from Peggy), listeners will learn about how to meet someone new and how to successfully manage a new relationship.
Amy Lampert, founder of WomensWorth, joins Hindell to discuss the way couples approach the topic of finances and how to change that dynamic for a stronger partnership. Coming from a unique perspective as a woman in the finance world, Amy sheds light on what to consider and how best to manage assets and liabilities before and after divorce. Amy Lampert is a Registered Representative and Financial Advisor of Park Avenue Securities LLC (PAS). Securities products and advisory services offered through PAS, member FINRA, SIPC. Financial Representative of The Guardian Life Insurance Company of America® (Guardian), New York, NY. PAS is an indirect, wholly-owned subsidiary of Guardian. WomensWorth is not an affiliate or subsidiary of PAS or Guardian. This material is intended for general public use. By providing this material, we are not undertaking to provide investment advice for any specific individual or situation, or to otherwise act in a fiduciary capacity. Please contact a financial professional for guidance and information specific to your individual situation. 2016-27841 Exp 8/18
Matchmaker Peggy Wollman joins the show to talk with Hindell about the world of dating after a divorce. Peggy has worked with singles of all ages and stages in life, and in this episode, she shares specific tips for finding love again.
A conversation with Jen, one of Hindell’s clients, whose difficult and emotional divorce required patience and a soft, yet deliberate touch. Hear firsthand about the emotional journey of her divorce and how she learned that time was an advantage throughout every phase of divorce.
What are the most important qualities to consider before hiring a divorce attorney? Hindell examines the diverse personalities and legal styles clients discover when seeking a divorce attorney, including her own special approach to legal advocacy.
In this introductory episode, Hindell discusses the preliminary stages of divorce including the questions she is most commonly asked in an initial consultation. Listeners also hear the three lessons she has learned over 30 years of practicing family law.
Inside Divorce with Alan Huberman, CPA and Partner at Blum Shapiro, on Alimony and the New Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017Podcast released on March 28, 2019
Hindell speaks with Alan Huberman, CPA and Partner at Blum Shapiro, the largest regional accounting firm in New England servicing high net worth individuals and business owners to help them navigate the new tax laws. In this episode Hindell and Alan talk about the new Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 and the resulting impact on alimony and divorce agreements executed after January 1, 2019. Especially of note is that alimony will no longer be deductible by the paying spouse and no longer includible income to the recipient spouse.