If you are considering divorce this is a very difficult time for you. You may have already consulted with friends and professionals to provide you with advice on how or if you should proceed.
One of the principal and most difficult decisions being made during divorce is the division of assets. If you have not spoken with someone whose primary focus is providing women with an objective view point regarding the assets they should consider taking, you may want to do this before you proceed any further. You should also be asking someone to help you develop a realistic spending plan so that you can put together a long range financial plan that will assist you in managing these assets once they become yours.
A recent survey conducted through Survata, Inc. shows that divorcing couples want more financial guidance. A summary of The Divorcing Couples Survey is here.
This site is still under construction, but more resources will be added to these pages to show you how I'm helping women understand the financial implications of divorce along with helping them put together long term financial plans before they finalized their divorce.
A great resource for coping with midlife divorce can be found on Suzy Brown's website Midlife Divorce Recovery.Please click here to download The Six Steps to Financial Independence for Women.
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