Can you relate to any of the following?
✅ I gave up work to have the children and hadn’t needed to go back.
✅ I’ve been the homemaker and supported my spouse’s career progression.
✅ I have no income of my own.
✅ I earn substantially less than I did before having the kids.
✅ Having not worked for several years, I’ve missed out on building up my pension pot.
✅ I don’t have any savings in my sole name.
✅ My spouse has always taken charge of the finances in the marriage.
✅ I don’t know what assets and money we have as my spouse doesn’t discuss it with me.
If you can answer yes to any of the above and are facing divorce, you might be feeling a bit nervous about finances. This can be fixed!
Start with putting the right divorce support team in place to enable you to be in the best position possible to navigate through the legal process and achieve the best financial outcome. A good divorce support team should include:
➡️ an experienced divorce consultant/coach,
➡️ a family law solicitor and
➡️ a divorce financial planner.
Having specialist professional advisors around you, is an important investment in your divorce and a positive step towards securing your financial future.
If you have found the tips in this blog useful then you’ll find lots more in my eBooks, which you can purchase and download today.
If you’d like to work with me 1:1, for help preparing for your divorce/or support during or after the divorce process, please get in touch to find out how I can help.
Why I became a divorce consultant.