Whether predating the marriage, evolving during the union, or arising post dissolution as a function of financial necessity, careers are a central theme in contemporary divorce – for both men and women. In this issue of Divorce and Money I discuss some of the key aspects of this complex problem.
Mothers who manage their homes and raising a family as if it was a business have been termed Alpha Moms. Constance Van Flandern from Eugene, Oregon coined this label and what has followed is a marketing frenzy. Are these mothers so different or are they the 21st century version of “super mom” of earlier decades?
The Securities and Exchange Commission recently mandated full disclosure of executive compensation to shareholders. Corporations are asking their shareholders to approve these compensation plans in a proxy vote. You should also read about these perks. Be able to quantify them and their impact on your life in the event of divorce.