Marriage Is About Love, Divorce Is About Money® Podcast

Marriage Is About Love, Divorce Is About Money® Podcast


The Business Side Of Divorce With Your Host, Gabrielle Clemens, CDFA® (Ep. 1)

June 10, 2024

Think divorce is just a personal matter? 


In the inaugural episode of the Marriage Is About Love Divorce Is About Money® Podcast, Gabrielle Clemens explores the lesser-known business side of divorce. 


As a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst (CDFA®), former divorce and tax attorney, and author of the book “Marriage Is About Love Divorce Is About Money®,” Gabrielle unfolds the layers, presenting a blend of personal insights and professional expertise.


Key Episode Insights:



  • Divorce as a Business Necessity: Emphasizing the need for information and preparation
  • Legal Complexities: The influence of state laws in family law, alimony, and child support
  • Strategic Approaches: Ways Gabrielle’s book, “Marriage Is About Love Divorce Is About Money®,” offers cooperative divorce strategies
  • Educational Focus: Highlighting Gabrielle’s book as a vital guide for those navigating divorce
  • Emotion vs. Rationality: The need to focus on rational decision-making
  • Judicial Limitations: Advocating for mediation over court decisions
  • And much more!

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About Your Host:


Gabrielle Clemens is an award-winning Managing Director, Wealth Advisor, and Senior Portfolio Manager with over 25 years of experience in wealth management and divorce planning. She’s a former tax/ trust/estate planning/divorce attorney who has experienced divorce firsthand. 


Gabrielle guides women and men through her unique process as they contemplate, navigate, and recover from divorce. Gabrielle has consistently been named Wealth Management, “#1 Top Woman to Watch ” by AdvisorHub, Forbes Best-In-State Wealth Advisor, Forbes Top Women Wealth Advisory, Working Mother magazine Top Women Wealth Advisor, and Top Woman of Law. 


Gabrielle works in concert with attorneys, accountants, trustees, mediators, and collaborative professionals to provide clarity and transparency around critical financial issues. She focuses on helping people navigate through life’s financial transitions, including the death of a spouse, cognitive decline, special needs, and disability.


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