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5 Crucial Insurance Changes After Divorce



Any major life change sends a ripple effect through your finances — especially a divorce. Insurance matters may seem trivial next to the emotional upheaval of ending a marriage. But minding the details now can prevent financial pain later.

Barbara Marquand looks at five insurance changes to address after a divorce:

  • Life insurance,

  • Disability insurance,

  • Health insurance,

  • Car insurance, and

  • Home insurance.

Insurance matters can be complicated in the best of times, let alone when you divorce. Keep in touch with your insurance company to make sure all the details are squared away.

#Divorce #Finances

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