• Alan Jacobs

Divorce Is Difficult Enough Without Being Financially Blindsided

This probably comes as no great shock, but divorce can be expensive.


There are attorney’s fees, court costs, child support, alimony, and any number of additional expenses. For the most part, these are all obvious, expected parts of the process.


You likely anticipate these expenditures and more. Still, there are a number of less apparent costs to divorce, things that can seemingly come out of nowhere and financially blindside you.


Ending your marriage can have a huge impact on your financial future and your long-term economic well-being may hang in the balance. In this excellent blog posting, Rosalyn Wallace talks about a few pitfalls to look out for and a few ways to safeguard your interests.

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