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Taking The Next Steps Post-Divorce: Continue What You Have Started
Consider Your Divorce Financials as the Next Step Post-Divorce When all you want to do is put the paperwork away and forget about the divorce, take the time to consider your divorce financials instead. One of the incidents that led me to focus as a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst (CDFA) happened in my wealth-management practice […]
Signing the Papers is the First Step into Post-Divorce Life
When the holiday bills arrive and one more Valentine’s Day is a disappointment, some couples choose to call it quits. If that describes you, here are 4 easy steps to take control of your financial future.
The beginning of a new year makes us think about last-minute things we need to address. Use this new year financial checklist to remind you of what you need to consider or change because of your divorce.
The basic information your lawyer will try to get from you is pretty simple: state of residence, length of marriage, gross salary, and the like. But to truly know your situation and your needs, it is important to dig a little deeper. Here are 10 questions to ask yourself as you begin to move into […]
The key to getting through the divorce process is hiring a group of professionals that you can count on as your divorce team.
You wake up, the sun is shining through the window, the house is quiet, and then it hits you – it’s finally over. The divorce is settled. Now what? For more months than you dare count, you have been focusing on your divorce and all the paperwork, the changes, the compromises, and the angst that […]
In the final step from our series on preparing for divorce, consider what you really desire as an outcome. Changing your definition of “winning” can go a long way toward a healthy resolution. Step #7: Change Your Definition of “Winning” When faced with the transition of divorce, it is easy to get caught up in […]