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A guide to help you through your divorce.

Divorce and Finance

Forget It… I’ll Just Date Myself! How an online dating profile changed my life.

by Denise Banks-Wilson

While any married person gets annoyed with their partner from time-to-time, if the bad outweighs the good, and marriage isn’t fun and no longer makes you happy, it might be time to consider your options.

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Divorce and Finance

5 Common Reasons for Divorce

by Kristen Hilty

While any married person gets annoyed with their partner from time-to-time, if the bad outweighs the good, and marriage isn’t fun and no longer makes you happy, it might be time to consider your options.

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Divorce and Finance

Top Financial Issues That Can Lead to Divorce

by Kristen Hilty

Money is the number reason for divorce in the U.S. However, there are several main issues/themes that can lead couples to pursue a divorce. As a CDFA®, we are uniquely qualified to help you with the financial implications of your divorce.

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Divorce and Finance

Why 2nd Marriages Fail

by Kristen Hilty

Why, despite high expectations, is the divorce rate for second marriages significantly higher than for a first marriage?

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Dividing Assets

by Kristen Hilty

Avoid contention in your divorce when dividing the property you accumulated during your marriage.

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Managing the Financial Impact of Coparenting

by Kristen Hilty

Even amicable divorces can lead to issues with deciding how to split childcare expenses.

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Divorcing a “Narcissist”

by Kristen Hilty

Being married to a “high-conflict personality” individual is beyond hard. Divorcing one is just as hard so buckle up.

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Discovering Your New Social Life, After Divorce

by Kristen Hilty

Moving on after divorce is challenging, but you can take control of your social life by taking big and small steps towards your new life.

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Who Am I Now?

by Kristen Hilty

Now that you’re separated or divorced, who are you? Are you ok as your new self, alone? Yes, you are.

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Keeping Yourself Safe During Your Separation

by Kristen Hilty

If you have decided to separate, it doesn’t mean your spouse wants the same thing. What you do next may determine whether you can stay, or if you need to leave your home.

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