Planning for Uncertainty During Divorce
I’m thinking about getting divorced but haven’t taken that first step.
I’m getting divorced and my attorney isn’t helping me get the settlement I want.
I just got divorced and I have no idea how to manage the household finances.
Divorce brings anxiety and uncertainty – especially when it comes to money.
If you’re getting divorced, you may be feeling scared, sad, anxious or excited. This is completely normal. But if you’re not careful, emotions can cloud your judgment and prevent you from making smart financial decisions.
One of the biggest mistakes people make is failing to plan. I’ve seen couples get caught up in the emotional aspects of divorce and spend time and money that they don’t have. Or they make a decision that they think is best for them in the moment, but not long-term.
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