Many people that ultimately decide to divorce had their first thought about that possibility more than a year before they acted on it.
Finally, the worst is over, and you’ve made it through. The emotions, the fatigue, the fear, the anxiety! All of it, and you survived! Then it hits you, now you have to manage your finances on your own and they look VERY different than they did when you were married....
In an effort to retain some semblance of normalcy, it’s common to want to stay in the house that you are used to, especially if there are children involved. While it is tempting to want to lean on the something familiar like the family home, be aware that it may also be the most costly mistake you can make.
Some folks let debt keep them in marriage, thinking there is no way to separate the union without making things exponentially worse. While this may sometimes be the case, there are many creative ways to address debt with a positive outcome when facing a divorce.
So, you’re thinking about divorce. If you are on this website, and reading this article, then you are on the right path. Relax, take a deep breath, and think about these 4 simple things that will help you prepare financially for a divorce.
According to a 2013 Gallup poll, only one in three Americans prepare a detailed household budget.
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Let us help you have a smarter divorce, no need to waste thousands in a court battle. We will contact you to set up your Smarter Divorce Strategy Session.
In Your Strategy Session We’ll:
- Explore your divorce options and get clear on the right solution for your situation
- Review your finances and explore creative settlement ideas
- Map out a plan for transitioning to the next phase of your life
- Identify your biggest fears and decide the best way to address them
- Connect you with any other resources you’ll need in your process
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