In this episode of Keep the Kids in Mind, Rachel interviews President of Comprehensive Divorce Solutions LLC, Donna LaScala, CDFA. Donna is an experienced Financial Professional with a demonstrated history of working in the financial services industry. She is skilled in Conflict Resolution, Financial Advisory, Mentoring, Certified Divorce Financial Analyst, and Financial Analysis.
Tune in to the episode for insights from Donna on:
- The importance of understanding the mechanics of your financial assets
- Common financial mistakes made by those going through divorce and what a divorcing couple should be focusing on
- How Donna dissects the answer to her common question, “What does this money mean to you?”
- Donna’s perspective on how to plan for your children’s higher education without putting yourself or them into perpetual debt
- How the collaborative divorce process takes every family member, including the children, into account
- The importance of paying attention to how and what you talk about finances in front of your kids
Connect with Donna LaScala:
- Connect with Donna on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/donna-la-scala-rfc%C2%AE-cdfa%C2%AE-b42839120/
- Visit Comprehensive Divorce Solutions LLC’s website: https://comprehensivedivorcesolutions.com/
- Follow Donna on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100063234938770
In every episode of Keep the Kids in Mind, Rachel Green, a family, and divorce mediator with over 25 years of experience, interviews Marriage Therapists, Attorneys, Divorce Coaches, Child Development Specialists, Financial Planners, and Teachers to help people who are going through a divorce or separation with children involved. How can divorcing couples keep the kids in mind? What are the common pitfalls for divorcing couples with children and how can people protect children from the conflict, so that they come through whole and healthy? What are the (surprising) benefits to children of divorce? How can the parents move into a restructured family with 2 homes? This podcast explores these questions and more.
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