Divorce is a tough topic and a painful process. Statistics show that at least 50 percent of first marriages end in divorce, and 75 percent of all subsequent marriages meet the same fate. While no one plans on getting divorced, it’s important to know how to protect yourself and your credit should it happen.
Any divorce has to include planning before the legal steps are taken, during the legal process, and even afterwards. So why don’t more people take steps to methodically and rationally avoid financial problems stemming from divorce? Financial unawareness is one reason, but even more is the mindset of a person going through a divorce. Be aware of the three types of people your spouse might become when you enter the divorce process.
- Hot to Trot
- Anything you can do I can do better
- Woe is me
All three of these types have one thing in common: They spur the economy quite directly through their acting out during the divorce process. But isn’t the financial question supposed to be taken care of by our attorney? Perhaps logically but not legally. The attorney is under no obligation to protect you from the financial pitfalls.
By reading my book you will walk away with the 15 steps you need to take first when going through a divorce. It is so crucial and failing to take action can create a direct threat to your financial security and your credit rating.