Alimony & Child Support + Finances After Divorce + Paying for Divorce

The right team can help you figure out what money you are owed, where the money is, and get your facts together when going through a divorce.

Whether you’ve been financially savvy during your marriage or taken a back seat regarding money, everyone should have an understanding of their nest egg.

Do you really know how to invest? Stacy Francis, from Francis Financial, provides guidelines for investment based on age, financial position, and family.

Understanding how to manage your funds and where to begin post-divorce in terms of having money, spending and saving money with exEXPERT Stacy Francis.

Health insurance options and COBRA post-divorce are free for you to navigate with a licensed insurance agent. Spousal rights to insurance coverage exist!

Your health is one of the most important things to have When you get divorced, make sure you know your rights and what you’re entitled to.

These are the most frequently asked questions about retirement post-divorce. Know your money, your options, and how to be financially secure!

Finances after divorce, especially if you didn’t handle the money before, can be overwhelming; but there are apps that can help you save and even invest!

Julie Verhage, cofounder of FinTech Today, shares the best financial apps to manage money after divorce – budgeting, saving, and investing from your phone!

Knowing your assets during divorce, will help you protect them! Do you know your property rights and how the division of assets will it impact your future?

Building good credit is a matter of creating an awareness of your spending habits and gaining financial control, so you can buy that car!

Know why your credit score can affect your future purchases, loans and financial status. Learn your credit score, so you can have financial independence.

What is forensic accounting for divorce and why do I need one? Meet a regular Sherlock Holmes of accounting to tell you where the money is!

Get help finding hidden money in divorce – both where the money is (or where it went)- which is critical for negotiation!

If your spouse had an affair, squandered assets, money is missing, or you need help finding hidden assets, you must start looking into things immediately.

You don’t have to be rich to estate plan! Plan for your future, your health and make sure your beneficiaries are lined up as you want them.

No matter how much money you have, everyone needs estate planning in divorce. This is how to ensure that your assets go to the right people post divorce.

When you divorce with kids, should you write a new post-divorce will or establish a living trust? This infographic will help you decide!

Financial literacy may not sound sexy, but it can be a lifesaver during divorce. There’s only one way to avoid the fear – learn your financial situation!

A guide to help you achieve financial independence during divorce. Stacy Francis teaches us how to invest, how to save and to be financially literate.

Organizing your finances and creating a budget during/after divorce can be overwhelming, but here are the four main things to know and do to be prepared.

Budgeting for divorce is essential to your overall financial health. Use the divorce budget worksheet and tips to balance what you make and what you spend.

How can you pay for your divorce? Money causes stress and relief, if you have a plan and a budget for your divorce.