Divorce Planning: The Secret to Saving a Ton of Money When Getting Divorced

Yes, “divorce planning” and “saving money” can go together if you know what you’re doing.

If you are getting divorced, chances are money is near the top of your list of concerns.  If you are worried about the financial aspect of your divorce, divorce planning should begin long before taking any legal action.

One key to successful divorce planning includes identifying a qualified adviser to work through the money issues with you.

You might want to consider working with a divorce financial planner pre-divorce to work out the money issues on the front end, which will potentially save big bucks on the back end.

If money issues are all you have to work out between you and your spouse,you may want to think about working with a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst™ (CDFA™) or Divorce Financial Planner to iron out these issues.  If you and your spouse are able to reach agreement with the help of a trained divorce planning financial professional, then you eliminate the need for much of the drama and trauma of getting divorced.

Quite simply, working matters out with the guidance of a divorce financial specialist prior to, or in addition to, working with a legal adviser (mediator and/or attorney) can save you tremendous amounts of money now and in the future when the divorce is all said and done.  After all, isn’t that what you really want?  To be done with it today, but to also know that you are protected for tomorrow and the days after that?

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