It’s Divorce Season. Are You Ready?
What is Divorce Season?
Did you know that more people decide to divorce in the first four months of the year than any other time of year? That’s why they call it divorce season.
It does make sense.
The families have all gotten through the holidays. The spouses may have been giving it one last try to see if the holiday spirit would revive the relationship. Unfortunately in many cases that is not successful.
As the marriage continues to unravel men and women begin to take a close look at their lives and realize they may need to prepare for a new start as the possibility of divorce is looming.
No matter the season, organizing the documents and information that support your lifestyle should be addressed and completed. Whether you pursue divorce or not, it is important to have the understanding of your financial lifestyle for your own personal future.
The key is in the organization and your personal stability. No matter your current habits, this is an attainable undertaking.
You Have Choices
But Hasty Post Holiday Decisions Can Bring Costly Mistakes, So Let’s Make Sure You Avoid Them.
After New Year’s Eve, knowing you will never get back what you had in years past, the post holiday sadness sets in and so can the impulse to run. And too many women run directly to an attorney and file for divorce to “get it over with.” BIG MISTAKE!
The attorney can’t do anything for you without having all your financial information. By filing without planning you put yourself on a conveyor belt of stress that you can’t jump off.
You’ll want to retain an attorney after you’ve prepared yourself and your financial exit strategy.
“Where Do I Start This Divorce?” you must be asking yourself.
You now know the first move is NOT calling that attorney first.
FIRST AND FOREMOST, START YOUR DIVORCE SEASON HERE…
If you haven’t already done this, DO NOT tell your husband what your’re thinking, or anyone else that may give him this vital information. Take no chances! If you have already brought it up, don’t say anything about it again, for now…
So now what? That’s where my system comes in. I’ve got the tools for you to use, for guidance, advice, and to help you develop the confidence to keep moving forward without sabotaging your future. These tools have helped women nationwide for over 15 years.
Although technically the divorce itself is all about the money, you know it goes a lot deeper than that, and so do I.
My goal is to shield you from potential divorce disasters by guiding you every step of the way.
To get a jump start on the financials, get the FREE Checklist below. It shows you the first financial step that will help you avoid many future money problems.
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