Did you know two out of five adults admit to committing financial infidelity against their partner?
If you or someone you know has experienced financial infidelity in their marriage or intimate relationship, it doesn’t necessarily mean the end. But it can take time to heal and regain trust, as with any other type of infidelity.
Financial Infidelity can show up in a wide variety of ways and can range from minor offenses to far more serious deceptions.
When infidelity has to do with money, the result can crush a lot more than your feelings.
For numerous reasons, when going through a divorce or even thinking about it, you may wonder if your spouse is being honest with you about finances.
Have you ever wondered if your spouse has actually disclosed all the assets? Here’s a quick, easy way to make sure that you’re not missing out.
I hope you've been following our blog series on Financial Infidelity. If you haven't but would like to start, you can view the prior blogs here. According to a recent survey by the National Endowment for Financial Education, one in three adults who have combined their...
I hope you've been following the series of blogs on Financial Infidelity. If you or someone you know has experienced this in their marriage or intimate relationship, it doesn't necessarily have to be the end of it. Know that it can take just as much time and effort to...
Marriage is challenging in many different ways but if dishonesty is in the mix, it can be disastrous. Trust must be the foundation of any good relationship and erosion of trust will destroy a marriage at record speed. When we talk about infidelity, most people’s...
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