Finances and Divorce

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If you and your spouse are headed to Divorceville, it's often necessary to have a team of advisers in your corner. Although hiring an attorney seems the most obvious choice, contracting with a financial adviser is often equally as important.

Kimberly Foss, Certified Financial Planner, has witnessed that hiring a financial adviser is critical especially if you have been married for a long time or you're part of a high-net-worth household. Too many people rely on an attorney to assist them in dividing assets and it ends up costing the couple considerably more money in the long run.

  1. Sharing is not caring for you
  2. Keep your emotions out of it
  3. Do your homework
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