Security After Divorce

Stephanie Vokral |

Now what? Your divorce is over. You have an agreement with your ex-spouse ordering you to comply with several items. Where do you begin and how do you implement it? Then the questions come: Are the bills even coming to me or are they still going to my ex-spouse? How am I going to make this work? Am I going to be alright? Divorce is all-consuming; questioning yourself is totally normal. Having a marital agreement is one thing; knowing what to do with it is completely another!

Your cash flow is a good genesis for your new life. Cash flow is a snapshot of what you have coming in each month and what’s going out in expenses. Having an awareness of your cash flow helps you know what resources you have and how much you can spend each month. It is paramount for budgeting, saving, and planning. Using it to make future projections can give you a glimpse into your future and clues to what next steps make the most sense. It allows you to move forward with confidence as you tackle the marital agreement and daily life “on your own”, in partnership with us.

The Financial Knot’s Post-Divorce Transition Assistance takes a close look at your marital agreement and composes a personalized financial plan allowing you to understand where you are now and what you need to do in the future to insure you have stable cash flow throughout the months ahead and the rest of your life. All of our clients who work with us through the divorce process have a financial plan. On occasion, we get clients who come to us after divorce to get a plan in place and insure they are complying with the legal document (marital agreement) they recently signed to not be **in contempt of court**. We run across clients who forgot about implementing items all the time; some mistakes could cost you thousands of dollars.

You don’t have to go it alone! We partner with smart “newly-singles” who value this fresh restart and want security as they move forward. As it is said, “two can withstand a foe; a chord of three is not easily broken” (King Solomon). Engage our Post Divorce Transition Assistance Team today!