$60 for MBA members | $95 non-members
Theresa Springer, CDLP of Divorce Lending Association, will provide attendees with an understanding of the implications and challenges of how a divorce settlement agreement involving real estate, spousal support, child support, etc. are affected by the financial challenges and requirements as related to mortgage financing and tax law. Attendees will learn how to avoid common issues post-decree when real estate is present; settle divorce cases with real estate and mortgage financing faster and reduce common hurdles for clients needing mortgage financing post-decree. Whether mediating a collaborative divorce settlement or restructuring a real estate portfolio, there are real concerns and financing strategies involving your client's current real estate, ability to buy one spouse out or structuring maintenance in order for the receiving spouse to qualify for a new mortgage. The key to making sure your clients are well-positioned for their new lives after divorce comes from knowing how to set them up for success. This class covers various financing strategies and hurdles facing qualified income sources, marital debt and the disposition of the marital home.
For more information: Contact Mark Barzda, Gevurtz Menashe PC, at 503.227.1515. For registration questions, contact the MBA at firstname.lastname@example.org.