Helping women navigate financially through the difficult process of divorce

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Financial issues can tear a marriage apart, and according to research are often the primary factor that leads to divorce.  Once a decision to divorce has been reached, all sorts of questions bubble to the surface. These questions are often clouded by wounded emotions and accompanied by mutual accusations, which comes as no surprise. If a couple cannot solve their financial difficulties while the marriage was underway, it is unlikely that they will be able to agree on pressing financial issues when it has fallen apart.


HELP! I have several concerns...

Many women divorcing have questions such as:

•     Who will pay for the children’s education and health insurance?
•     How do we value our property?
•     Who gets what property?
•     How do we divide retirement funds and pensions?
•     How will the lower-earning spouse survive financially?
•     What additional financial support does that person need?
•     Who gets the house?
•     What happens if a paying ex-spouse dies?

Pre-divorce financial counseling can help people going through a divorce arrive at a settlement that is fully understood by all involved.

In addition, during the divorce process or even after the divorce is finalized this is another time where a Certified Divorce Financial Advisor can bring loads of value to your financial situation and confidence.

The use of the CDFA designation does not permit Wells Fargo Advisors or its Financial Advisors to provide legal advice, nor is it meant to imply that the firms or its associates are acting as experts in this field.