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Divorce and Finances

We have seldom heard someone say, I am planning for my divorce.  We as humans, have an internal desire to believe in true love and that fairy tales really do come true.  However, life doesn’t always play the cards in our favor and we have to face the fact that divorce in certain situations is inevitable or the best option for our lives.  No matter what circumstances brings about a divorce, they are sometimes ugly, usually quite painful, and almost always take a toll on your finances.  So, how can one avoid financial disaster during divorce?

Click here to read more in an article featuring Rick Kahler by Martha M Hamilton.

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One Response to Divorce and Finances

  1. Gary and Joanne February 15, 2017 at 12:07 pm #

    Simply setting aside “alone time” would help before a divorce was necessary: An hour or 3 a day; an entire day alone, a week vacation will help retired people have some independence in their lives. Volunteer, go to the library or other peaceful places and come back to partner refreshed.
    We realized long ago during an argument that divorce would double money troubles instead of free one or the other partner. We made up before it got to the divorce stage.
    Too many TV shows and movies glamorize divorce. Too much information, I suppose but some life ideas we’re sharing.

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