You may not have a fortune like Bill & Melinda Gates, but you do have a personal fortune that will have to be split when you divorce.
Divorce at any age is devastating, but after age 50, it can be particularly devastating financially.
Even though you know it’s over, there are really only three big reasons for not wanting to move forward with your divorce.
One of the things that crosses your mind when you face divorce is ‘how did we get here?’ For me the answer was simple.
If you’re getting a divorce it’s because you believe that you can be happier living apart from your current spouse. Let me share some of the upsides of life after divorce…
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....
This question stops so many people in their tracks. You know your marriage is no longer working. You want to provide positive and healthy examples for your kids of how to live a good life and get along with your spouse. But you feel trapped. Because you don’t know if...
Whether it’s a purposeful choice or not, the most unfortunate result of brooding is what it does to our bodies. There is more than enough research out there that clearly establishes the connection between our thoughts and behaviors and physical illness and disease.
We all know the best way to learn a lesson is through personal experience. Let me offer up my own that you may learn from. When I found out my husband of 16 years was having an affair, I thought my arms and legs had been torn from my body and rammed down my esophagus...
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- Explore the right solutions for your divorce.
- Review your financial situation and settlement possibilities.
- Map out a plan for transitioning to the next phase of your life.
- Identify your fears and decide the best way to address them.
- Connect you with any other resources you’ll need in your process.