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Making Sense Of Financial Planning After Divorce

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Conversations About Divorce

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There is always less money after divorce and ending a marriage means facing that reality. There's really no way to avoid it.

Some people find themselves having to handle the household accounts for the first time either in a long time or sometimes, ever. It means there is no more shopping and buying things without knowing how they're going to be paid for. The spouse who took care of everything is gone and now you have to learn about budgeting.

For some people, it means reassessing lifestyle choices and adjusting to the new reality.

For others, it can mean seeing their carefully executed financial plans change dramatically.

All of these can be challenges but we have to change to move forward. If we don't, we're going to face bigger financial difficulties.

So how do you do this? What are the secrets? Joining me for this episode of Conversations About Divorce is financial advisor, Jason Silverberg who's the author of The Financial Planning Puzzle: Fitting Your Pieces Together To Create Financial Freedom. Jason also has a free mini course: 5 Steps To Creating Financial Freedom.

Read more about Mandy's and Jason's conversation at Mandy's blog

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