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Misplaced Financial Trust Before and During a Divorce

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Whether you're in your 30's or 40's and have recently been married, or are in your 50's or 60's, and have been married for many years, you may have been in a traditional marriage where your spouse has provided and controlled the income, and you have managed the household and children. If you haven't been part of decision making or knowledge about financial matters, but have blindly entrusted them to your spouse, then you may be in a very vulnerable situation of misplaced financial trust as you face a divorce.

Tune into this next 40 minute BlogTalk Radio episode on Wednesday, May 17th at 8:30 PM EST about this topic, "Misplaceed Financial Trust Before and During a Divorce", featuring my guest, Irina Andreasen, MBA, a financial planner with Andreasen Financial in Hampton, NH. We'll be discussing what this problem is, how to spot it, and what you can do to avert some really bad financial decisions you may ultimately regret in an upcoming divorce.

Join us live with your questions or comments at 877-497-9046 or catch the recording of the episode anytime afterward here at: www.BlogTalkRadio.com/SusanLager

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