Divorce finances

Learn smart strategies to effectively manage your finances during and after a divorce. Take control of your financial future and make informed decisions for a better tomorrow.
Starting over after divorce at 45 is something I never planned for. For me, like for many other women, divorce came as part of a midlife crisis. It’s the time when we are forced to reassess our bodies, careers, relationships, let kids grow up. We let go of old patterns and look for new meanings. Divorce helps us transform in its brutal way. Divorce Help, Getting Divorced, After Divorce, Divorce, Mid Life Crisis, Relationship, How To Plan, Parallel Parenting, Best Husband

Starting over after divorce at 45 is something I never planned for. For me, like for many other women, divorce came as part of a midlife crisis. It’s the time when we are forced to reassess our bodies, careers, relationships, let kids grow up. We let go of old patterns and look for new meanings. Divorce helps us transform in its brutal way.

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SAS For Women | Divorce and Divorce Recovery Support
Divorce Finances, Divorce Help, Divorce Advice, Preparing For Divorce, Divorce Lawyers, Divorce Process, Divorce Resources, Saving A Marriage, Saving Your Marriage

I hate that this is such a "needed" resource for women (especially stay at home Moms), but we've all heard the statistics. 40-50% of marriages in the United States end in divorce. Preparing for divorce is probably not something you ever thought you'd be Googling (especially when you were so in love and things were so great at one point). But here you are, so I want to provide some resources to help you.

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Wendy Hawkins
Reading, Fitness, Divorce Settlement Agreement, Divorce Help, Divorce Settlement, Divorce Advice, Divorce Process, Divorce Counseling, Divorce Court

“Can I get more than half the assets?” That was the third question Jamie asked me in her divorce consultation. The first two were “how long will this take?” and “how much will it cost?” I’m sure there are good reasons why you may feel you deserve to walk away with more than 50% of the assets when you’re dissolving your marriage. Maybe you contributed more money to the family during your time together. Maybe you put your career on hold to raise the kids, and now you’re faced with returning to…

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Colleen