Despite all the jokes about women leaving a marriage with cars, the house, and alimony, divorce is not often kind to women.
Divorce is chance to start anew for some, but it can also present financial problems. That’s where a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst can help.
Many couples who divorce split up money saved for retirement. This may lead to tricky situations for those who need the money now, but are too young to receive retirement benefits. So what do you do?
Finding answers about divorce is not always easy. Often, it requires phone calls and meetings with multiple professionals. Now women can gather these responses all at once – at a monthly divorce workshop in Raleigh called Second Saturday Wake County.
While working through that enormous transaction that is divorce, it’s common to realize that you “should have” done this or that. Before you begin your divorce, learn from these common mistakes.
Divorce is an emotional event in life. But it’s also a legal and financial one. That’s why it’s important to detach your emotions from the process, at least during times when you are thinking about finances or discussing the separation with your spouse. Here are four divorce mistakes that might affect your financial future: Mistake #1
Social Security benefits are one of many things that change if you and your spouse divorce. Here is what to know.
If you’re the one instigating a separation, take some time to prepare.
Merging your financial life with your spouse seemed easy — and even fun. But untangling your bank accounts, credit reports, mortgage, credit cards, and more can be difficult.
Money isn’t everything. But couples who reported disagreeing about finances at least once a week are more than 30 percent more likely to get divorced.