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The financial and investment sophistication required to successfully manage post-divorce settlement assets is often overlooked by a divorcing couple and their advisors. Here are five investment "truths" for divorcing individuals.
Post-divorce, being solely responsible for your financial destiny is stressful. An experienced financial planner can help you make wise investments, reduce taxes, and make sure your financial settlement will work for you both now and in the future.
No matter how difficult the emotional end of things get, you really do have to get a handle on your finances, not only for yourself, but for any dependent children that you are responsible for.
To keep divorce from destroying you financially, you should prepare in advance to protect yourself. One important step is to ensure that you have good credit before you get divorced, which can be invaluable both as you pay for the expenses associated with divorce and when you’re moving on with your new life.
Your credit report is a free and easy way to pull together an organized list of all credit accounts that have been opened and titled in individual and joint names. It will also list companies where you may be an authorized user on your spouse’s credit.
Divorce presents many challenges for both of the parties involved. The equitable division of valuable property and collections is one of those challenges.
There is no specific amount that a divorce case will cost. The overall cost of a divorce depends on a myriad of factors (such as the length of marriage, number and amount of assets, whether children are involved, etc.). With every case, whether "simple" or complex, there are ways to minimize the cost of litigation. Here are 5 ways to help.
There are a few steps to take before telling your spouse you want a divorce to ensure you’re prepared to start the process.