Posts Tagged ‘Managing finances’
How Much Will My Divorce Cost Me, Financially & Emotionally?
Losing your marriage is difficult enough. But add to it, your fears about the financial and emotional price tags, and you may feel paralyzed. You might try to simplify and ask a clear question, How much will my divorce cost me? — a logical and pragmatic question to ask. And then you hear that its…Read More
How is Property Divided in a Divorce Settlement?
During a divorce settlement, there needs to be a clear agreement on everything, including kids, assets, liabilities, and properties. Because of this, arguments may arise from property settlements. This usually involves property that the couple bought before or during their marriage. But there are still a lot of intricacies to consider when it comes to…Read More
6 Things a Woman Must Know About Divorce in Texas
Every state is unique in how it adjudicates divorce, adding to the headache of getting on with life-after-marriage. And the Lone Star state, as you might expect, has its own unique rule book. There are several things a woman must know about divorce in Texas if she is going to avoid painful surprises. We’re going…Read More
How a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst Can Help with a Divorce
Dividing a house, retirement accounts, alimony, child support—all the financial issues that come up in a divorce can leave your head spinning. The process of going through a divorce is incredibly stressful, regardless, but if you’re not comfortable talking about money, facing the topic of splitting up your finances can be downright miserable. You may…Read More
3 Steps Women Can Take to Get Smarter about Money
Too many women bury their head about money matters. I have banged my head on my desk over and over again, just not understanding why women still place money on the back burner. Overall, women just don’t make money issues a priority in their lives. As a financial advisor and a woman, I feel it’s…Read More
Divorce Recovery: 10 Things to Do if Suddenly in Charge of Your Finances
Are you somewhere in your divorce recovery, facing your fear — the sudden, terrifying reality of managing your money? Or, are you a brave woman saying, “It’s time to get real and start acting on behalf of myself!”? No matter what brings you to this point, a split, a divorce, or the fact that you…Read More