Divorce Planning

Ms. Kaye has been trained in the Collaborative Divorce process. The Collaborative Divorce Process is the most humane way to ride the emotional roller coaster of divorce. Working with trained specialists (attorneys, divorce coaches, child specialist and financial specialist), empowers the family to come to a viable solution to the dissolution of marriage.  She has been trained in the understanding based model of mediation. 

Ms. Kaye is part of a collaborative divorce network comprised of attorneys and mental health professionals. www.cdrli.com designed to help divorcing couples and their families resolve their disputes in an open, non-adversarial manner and reach a mutually agreeable outcome, without litigation or a judge.

  • I examine and analyze the financial issues of a divorce, providing my clients and their lawyers with data to help strengthen their case.

  • I help determine the short-term and long-term financial impact of a proposed divorce settlement to make sure it works now as well as down the road.

  • I help my clients avoid the common financial pitfalls of divorce by offering valuable insight into the pros and cons of different settlement proposals.

  • My role is to examine and analyze the financial implications and after-tax results of dividing property and providing or receiving child and/or spousal support.

  • I offer my clients confidence that their settlement is financially feasible for both spouses.

Ms Kaye was recently placed on the roster for both neutral evaluation and mediation of matrimonial cases in Nassau County by theSupreme Court of the State of New York Matrimonial Center. In 2017 she became a board member of the New York Association of Collaborative Professionals.

Nancy Kaye was interviewed by The Associated Press on Divorce Planning. The article appeared online and throughout the country in May 2002. She was also quoted in Financial Advisor magazine, May 2002. Nancy Kaye was one of the speakers at the annual FPA Financial Planning Association) meeting in October 2005.

NancykayepictureIn April 2012, Nancy recently spoke at Hofstra Law School in their Collaborative Divorce class on how a Financial Neutral serves as a team member in the process of collecting data and developing "models" of alternatives for the financial settlement. Nancy was a guest speaker at the New York Association for Marriage and Family Therapy where she spoke on the financial aspects of PreNuptials in the Collaborative framework where both parties help in the drafting of an agreement that meets their mutual needs and goals. At Hofstra University, Nancy was a panel member on the discussion of Collaborative Divorce and it's financial issues.  In 2014, Nancy was a panel member discussing Financial Issues in Divorce for attorneys, mental health professionals and other financial members."Creative Changes to Dysfunctional Systems: How creative people changed the way people divorce."  

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“Divorce is the only human tragedy that reduces everything to cash. “

Rita Mae Brown, 1944 American Writer

A Divorce Financial Planner is an integral team member with an attorney, mediator and/or CPA. Equitable distribution does not mean equal distribution of assets under New York State Law. Equitable "today" may not be equitable in the future. It is important to look at cost basis of assets, future values of assets, and current and future needs. A Divorce Financial Planner is trained to assess and analyze financial assets and income.