7 Steps to Financial Planning for Divorcees

Are You Protecting Your Assets After Your Divorce?

Upon getting married, no one imagines that they’re going to end up divorced down the road. Still, the American Psychological Association estimates that between 40 to 50 percent of marriages in the U.S. end in divorce. As such, it never hurts to plan accordingly — especially when it comes to your finances.

Whether you’re in the process of going through a divorce right now, are considering divorce, or are even thinking a divorce will never happen to you, it’s a good idea to have a financial plan in place.

What you’ll learn in this FREE report:

  • Neccesary documentation to gather
  • How to assess your credit report
  • Understanding your post divorce cash flow
  • And much more.

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