Divorce Advisory Group 

Divorce can be a lonely process—but that doesn’t mean you have to go through it alone. The Divorce Advisory Group is here to help .

Divorce is never easy, and it is crucial that you have the right team in place to help you navigate this challenging time. The centerpiece of that team is your divorce attorney, who will help you make the right legal decisions. However, there are also a number of complex financial decisions you will have to make during the divorce process—and many of these decisions are beyond the expertise of your divorce attorney. 

Ullmann Wealth Partners’ Divorce Advisory Group helps affluent non-working spouses make the right decisions before, during, and after the divorce process to protect and strengthen their financial futures. We are available to answer questions throughout the divorce process, and to illustrate how the financial decisions you make during the process could impact your future.  At the end of your divorce, we will create and implement a financial plan to help remove anxiety around your future. Our resources and experience can help you create a solid financial foundation for the next chapter of your life. 



Ullmann Wealth Partners has been offering services to divorced clients since the firm’s inception in 2002.  We have always believed there was a need in the market to serve the party to the divorce who was inexperienced and/or unaware of the family’s finances.

We are passionate about helping these individuals learn how much it costs to run their lives on a monthly basis, evaluate what a proposed settlement would mean for them in the future, help make educated decisions as to whether it is a sound financial decision to keep or sell a house or other asset. Our goal is to help our clients move forward confidently.

In 2014, the firm hired Pat Kilbane, a former Shareholder at the 300+ attorney Florida law firm of Gray Robinson, P.A. to bring unmatched resources and perspective to Divorce Advisory Group clients. While Pat was with Gray Robinson, his law practice was focused on matrimonial and family law.