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Mar 17, 2010

Dan Danford, host of Money Made Easy, outlines the best habits to instill in your teenagers as you start getting them involved in handling their finances.

Danford, MBA, CRSP of Family Investment Center, uses his own 30 years of experience as a small business owner and financial adviser to offer advice on the use of credit and habits teenagers should have.

 

 


Mar 03, 2010

Dan Danford, host of Money Made Easy, tackles a viewer's question about the best ways to save money when you're making little money.

Danford, MBA, CRSP of Family Investment Center, uses his own 30 years of experience as a small business owner and financial advisor to offer advice on how you can save money on top of what you're already spending on child support, alimony, bills, 401(k) contributions, etc. Don't let the financial burdens associated with a divorce keep you from saving for your future.

 

 


Oct 06, 2001

Question:

My wife left about a month ago and cleaned out all of our joint accounts. I was a widowed man with 2 boys ages 13 and 10 before I married her a year ago. My kids are mine, no adoption was ever done. She left a marriage to come to me and cleaned up in that marriage. She has her own seperate pre-marital money of over $300,000 in her name and I never asked to comingle that. However, what she did do was clean out 2 joint CD accounts totalling about 120k and our joint checking account of nearly 10k. One of the CDs was my children's college funds of $45,000 that had been saved from the their deceased mother's SSA survivor benefits. I'm at a loss here as to what I can get back. I have filed for divorce. She came back for a week at Christmas and then left after New Year's Day. What can I do?

Answer:

I suggest you file a PDL (temporary) Motion to prevent any assets from being spent, acquired, etc. Do so as soon as possible to protect those assets that exist. Also get together all of the documentation showing what has been taken from the banks, etc.

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