Divorce Transition Services and Support
It’s a fear I’ve heard echoed in my office time after time… “How am I going to be able to keep my lifestyle, retirement and family afloat after my divorce?”
The fact of the matter is, in most marriages, spouses divide the chores, and one spouse does a bulk of the budgeting, money management and financial supervision. That can leave the other spouse in the dark when it comes to dividing assets and preparing for the future.
Developing a post-divorce financial strategy is one of the most important projects divorcing couples must face. A large part of this includes creating a post-divorce budget, good financial literacy and exploring available resources to provide ongoing support.
What is divorce transition support?
Simply put, my divorce transition services and support are a jolt of confidence, a dash of wisdom and insight, and a dose of strategy to help you boldly move beyond your divorce.
It’s true: Divorce can be a jarring affair, one that leaves you shaken up and uncertain of where to turn next. But you owe it to yourself, your family and those who care for you to move forward – and declare you’re ready for anything headed your way.
It’s my goal, in all that I do, to help prepare you to traverse the transition period from the final decree to your new normal – whether that’s helping you get creative with available income, exploring job readiness and professional skills, connecting you with new professionals and advisors or providing information to help you make sense of retirement benefits.
What can you expect from my divorce transition services and support?
During our time together, we’re looking forward toward the horizon. It’s far too easy in times of trial to look back – but with a strategy in hand, confidence and preparedness on your side and an ally who is invested in your success, it’s my aim to equip and empower you for your post-divorce lifestyle.
A few things you can expect from our time together include:
- Finding ways to make your projected budget a reality.
- Assistance to find appropriate investment advisor and tax accountant.
- Exploring career possibilities and ways to develop professional skills.
- Help with calculating retirement savings contributions.
- Projecting estimated retirement and social security income.