3 Money Tips for Getting a Divorce

Divorces are extremely difficult emotionally; they are also difficult financially. Most divorcing couples only consider their emotional need to end the relationship, and they don’t consider the financial challenges.

Getting a Divorce

Here are 3 money tips for getting a divorce:

  1. Do your budget. There’s that dreaded word… budget. You knew that as soon as you read the word “money” that “budget” would soon follow. You can’t escape the reality, though. Most families can’t support one household, and after the divorce, you’re expected to support two. Review every expense and know where your money is going. Reduce them as much as possible. There are plenty of good classes, books, articles, and internet resources. You have to figure out your budget.
  2. Consider your house. You or your spouse may want to keep the house. Typically, that desire is either for the benefit of the children or because of an emotional attachment to the house. You need to take a hard look at the money part of that decision. Can you afford the carrying expenses? Can you afford to refinance? You both may be in a better financial position if you sell the house and purchase one that is more affordable.
  3. Check Health Insurance. Most families have a family health insurance policy. When the marriage ends, so does the policy for one of the spouses. The spouse who is losing the insurance coverage needs to check on the costs of COBRA and of some other replacement policy. You need to know what you’re going to do before the divorce is final.

Are you emotionally ready to end your relationship? Would you like to learn more about the role emotions play in a divorce. Download my free e-book: “Does Every Divorce Need a Shark?”

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Does Every Divorce Need a Shark



Keith Interviews Certified Divorce Financial Analyst Darryll Bauchert

In this episode, Attorney Keith Grossman of Grossman Law & Conflict Management asks Darryll Bauchert how a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst can help you avoid financial complications with your divorce.

How To Afford A Divorce

A recent Forbes article looked at the financial complications surrounding divorce.

how to afford a divorce

According to a survey, the average cost of a divorce in the United States has reached $15,000.00.

The Forbes article provides two tips on how to afford a divorce:

  • As soon as you or your spouse are thinking about a divorce, set aside money to hire the professional help you will need.
  • Make sure you have good credit established in your own name, especially if you’re a female. The author of the article writes, “It can be difficult to obtain credit cards as a newly single woman with no recent work history.”

Are you thinking about getting a divorce? Would you like to learn about the emotions involved during a divorce? Take a moment and download my free e-book: “Does Every Divorce Need a Shark?”

Do you have questions about how to afford a divorce? Contact me online, call my toll free number: 877-687-1392, or call my local number: 239-210-7516.

Does Every Divorce Need a Shark