Money matters in divorce. In fact, when it all comes down to it, money is the single biggest issue in a divorce. It’s a huge part of what makes you feel so panicky and uncertain about the whole process, and it has a lot to do with how your case will ultimately be resolved. For most adults, divorce is the single biggest financial transaction in their lives—we’re dealing with everything that made up your life together, from the home and other real estate, to retirement, stocks, bonds, mutual funds, insurance policies, personal property, cars, boats, bank accounts, credit card debt, and more. No two divorces are exactly the same.
All too often, though, the mistakes we see people making are the same. When there’s so much at stake, you want to be sure you’re making solid decisions that will see you through the entire divorce without costing you a fortune—and set you up for the best, freshest new start possible. (After all, isn’t that what this is all about?)
It’s important to get things right from the beginning of the process, and that includes making sure that your mindset is what it should be to help you avoid some of the most common pitfalls we see women face in Virginia divorce.
Our free report, “12 divorce mistakes that could cost you a fortune” is a great place to start. In it, you’ll learn all about the financial mistakes you DON’T want to make in Virginia divorce. The more you know, the better you can protect yourself now—and the better your divorce will proceed in the long run.
We’re here to get you from where you are now to happily divorced. That’s not always easy, but, with proper advance planning, you can do a lot to ensure that your financial future is secure. Your first step? Request a copy of our report, “12 divorce mistakes that could cost you a fortune”. It is a critical resource that will help you as you begin to plan your first steps, especially if you’re determined to set yourself up for success from the beginning.