Nancy Hetrick AWMA, CDF Founder and CEO at Smarter Divorce Solutions will help us reframe the conversation of finances surrounding divorce especially if your spouse used to drive all financial decisions, keeping you in the dark until now.
Marriage and Addiction – When Divorce is the Only Answer
Just this week I met with two people who were considering divorce from a spouse with active addiction issues.
Financial Infidelity Can Be Devastating
When your spouse betrays your trust, it can be emotionally devastating but when the infidelity has to do with money, the results can crush a lot more than your feelings.
Divorce: How to Protect Your Money
Divorce: How to Protect Your Money by Nancy Hetrick at Smarter Divorce Solutions provides insights on how to increase your divorce settlement.
Can I Make It On My Own?
Can I make it on my own? When pondering divorce, this question always seems to be a tough one. You know your marriage is no longer working.
5 Important Questions To Ask Your Divorce Attorney
If you must go down the path of litigation during your divorce, here are some vital things to find out up front when interviewing attorneys.
Getting Through the Holidays After Divorce or Separation
Is this it? Is this the first time since the birth of your babies that you will be forced to spend at least part of the holiday without your children because of separation or divorce?
Nancy Hetrick Honored With The “Top 100 Global Leaders in Finance” Award At GCIF Las Vegas, 2021
Nancy Hetrick Honored With The “Top 100 Global Leaders in Finance” Award At GCIF Las Vegas, 2021.
4 Common Money Mistakes in Divorce
Even if you feel like you are clear-headed, here are a few of the most common money mistakes to look out for when getting divorced.
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