What happens to your home in a New York City divorce is no small question. The decision to sell your home or buy out your spouse, stay in your family rental or leave and rent your own place–each of these actions will have lifelong consequences.

Join us for an evening where you will get smart advice from some of the city’s top experts as you consider your options and the best way to move forward.

November 14

6:30 p.m

17 Willow Place

Sara Stanich is a Certified Financial Planner, a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst, and founder of The Stanich Group, a fee-only registered investment adviser. Her firm provides financial planning advice and investment management to corporate
executives, as well as consulting services regarding the financial issues of divorce.

Trish Goodwin is a real estate broker with Compass Realty. Previously a top broker with Corcoran Real Estate, for twelve years, she formed the Farah Goodwin Team. She has a keen eye and a passion for property ownership and renovation, allowing her to advise clients not only on the financial aspects of a property but on floor plan design and renovation considerations as well.

Edward Ades is the Managing Director at FM Home Loans. Ades ranks among the nation’s top 1% of mortgage professionals and specializing in brownstone Brooklyn where he lives with his wife and four children.  He is passionate about serving his clients needs as well as his community where he serves as a volunteer and board member on several educational non-profits.

Bryan Goldstein heads the matrimonial law dept at DeCorato Cohen Sheehan & Frederico. He represents clients in divorce (contested, uncontested, same-sex and high net worth), custody, visitation, child support, spousal maintenance, as well as pre/post-nuptial agreements. A skilled and constructive negotiator for clients who hope to settle issues by agreement, and a powerful advocate when the determination of the court is necessary.