Protecting Your Finances After DivorceNov 22, 2022
How do you recover financially after your divorce is over?
One of the first big steps is to protect your finances. You must ensure that your ex can never interfere with your money again. Of course, if you're on the receiving end of child support or spousal support, your ex can play games with that and there could be huge consequences. But I'm talking about locking down all of your personal finances so the ex doesn't have access to that.
In the Post-Divorce Money Guide, I walk you through the most important money and legal moves you need to make to protect yourself. We talk about things like credit, insurance, taxes, retirement, and your home. There are so many things you need to think about, and I don't want you to miss any of them.
This guide is all about knowing what information and access your ex has to your finances, and shutting that down. It's about making sure you are in control of your legal and financial affairs, and your ex's name isn't associated with any of it. We'll walk through ten easy steps to securing everything so that you know exactly where you stand with your finances and your money is protected.
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