Divorce Real Estate Specialist
Dividing assets during a divorce is always complex. And when there’s a home involved, it may be very difficult to separate logic from emotions. After all, not only is your home one of your largest assets but the place you created memories.
Couples often have difficulty agreeing on setting the list price, scheduling showings, and even accepting the best offer, this can delay both the sale and the divorce. In worst-case scenarios, couples who can not work through together may lead to you selling the house for less than it’s worth.
That's why working with an experienced agent who knows what the challenges of divorce real estate sales are before they happen.
The Court encourages parties to look for alternatives to Court hearings to reach decisions about the finances and children. These agreements tend to work better over the long run than those imposed by the Court or after a period of escalated conflict at the end of the litigation process. Kim uses a facilitative problem-solving approach to help her clients work out what they believe is fair and in the best interests of their family.
Kim Langelaar has spent years working with couples on the financial aspects of their divorce. Her education in financial planning and residential mortgage lending, in addition to her role as a divorce real estate specialist, gives her extra insight to assist her client's during the mediation process. As a mediator, she can not advise you on financial issues but can educate you and provide the resources needs to help you resolve your divorce. Kim helps couples with the clarity they need when discussing complex issues such as dividing assets or parenting time. She has advanced training in alternative dispute resolution and certified by the High Conflict Diversion Program. Kim has a unique balance as expertise in both financial & effective communications.
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The purpose of the Turelli Foundation is to help children who are involved, involuntarily, in the divorce process.
Our method is to empower families to take charge of their divorce in a collaborative way that focuses on children:
1. We work with families outside of court as an extension of the self-help service. Families create their own agreements.
2. Nothing discussed outside of court becomes part of the record.
3. A Turelli Team, with a legal expert and a relationship/mental health expert, helps the family craft an agreement that addresses both legal issues and people issues.
4. Most often, agreements are approved and finalized with a magistrate that same day.
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