How Does A Divorce Change Your Finances?
Are you in the very beginning stages of getting a divorce? Concerned at what your financial landscape will look like once your separation has been finalized?
One thing is for sure, many things will change after a divorce, and one of the most significant changes will be your finances.
Here are a few financial thoughts to keep in mind as you and your partner begin this difficult chapter:
- Taxes can be impacted in various ways
- Make sure to learn about ALL of your financial accounts, income streams, debts and assets
- Alimony and child support payments can quickly drain your accounts
- You and your ex will still be responsible for any shared debt
- Think with a clear head, not a broken heart
- Reach out to a financial mediator who is experienced in the divorce process
Going through a divorce is a time for significant life-altering adjustments and great emotional distress.
It’s vital to reach out to a financial expert who can objectively review your finances and discuss with you and your spouse various scenarios that may be available for both of you to reach a settlement that takes into consideration the entire family.
At Peace Talks, our team of experts focuses solely on mediating family law conflicts. We are a full-service mediation firm that specializes in helping people in Southern California settle their divorce in a sane and sensible manner.
We begin by helping you to articulate your financial needs, concerns, and objectives. Then, we help you identify accurate values for your assets, debts, income streams and expenses.
Whether you are getting divorced, planning your estate or negotiating a premarital agreement, our team of experienced, skilled divorce mediators and family law mediators will create practical solutions to difficult financial situations.
Contact us today to see how we can help you navigate through your finances in a civil co-operative environment!
Note: This information is general in nature and should not be construed as legal/financial/tax advice. You should work with your attorney, financial, or tax professional to determine what will work best for your situation.