Understand The Financial Implications of Divorce or Separation
Getting divorced is disorienting – like you’re lost at sea without a flotation device. Your first concern might be that you can’t afford all the costs to get separated. You don’t know where to look for help and right now you feel confused and overwhelmed.
And your soon to be ex-partner might pressure you into making quick decisions when you aren’t ready.
Splitting assets and figuring out child and spousal support takes time, knowledge and careful planning. It’s complicated and emotionally draining. When you’re in the thick of it and don’t understand all the legal jargon it’s easy to get flustered. You don’t want to lose out because you thought you understood, when you didn’t.
Since you didn’t plan for it, why would you know how to handle the financial implications of divorce?
You will be faced with questions such as:
It’s easy to panic and hire a lawyer or mediator right away thinking they can help you figure out your finances. But you’ll end up paying higher fees for people who are not experts in long-term financial planning.
The last thing you want to do is make agreements without thinking through your future.
This is why knowing where you stand, where you want to go and how to get there will take a huge weight off your back.
Having someone explain your options in easy to understand language is key to ensuring you get the best settlement. With a plan and a budget you can confidently navigate your future financial goals.
I’ll coach you through the process and offer straightforward solutions.
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