How To Handle Financial Planning During A Divorce: 4 Steps
Americans have been barraged for years about the failing institution of marriage and the soaring divorce rates. In reality, though, according to a 2014 New York Times article, “the divorce rate peaked in the 1970s and early 1980s and have been declining for the three decades since. If the trend continues, nearly two-thirds of marriages will never involve a divorce.” Although great news for the sanctity of marriage, there are still millions of families affected by divorce. I guarantee we all know a friend, neighbor, colleague or even a family member dealing with the uncertainty of divorce at this very moment.
Divorce can be extremely stressful for all parties involved. The emotional toll, as well as the physical and psychological impact on the family, can be devastating. Dealing with financial issues and the allocation…Read the entire article by Joel Johnson on Forbes.com