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

For most people, getting a divorce doesn’t come cheap (emotionally, financially, or both). But ending a marriage doesn’t have to break your spirit or the bank. It does, however, require a clear picture of where you stand financially in the now so you can plan for a financially stable future. Whether you need help budgeting after a divorce, tips for protecting assets you brought into the marriage, or guidance on your insurance rights after a divorce, exEXPERTS offers incredible resources and advice from the experts, including:

  • Simple steps to safeguard your financial security during a divorce
  • Best financial apps for managing money
  • Expert tips for equitably dividing assets
  • The role of a forensic accountant (hint: to find money your spouse may have hidden)
  • How to financially plan for your children after your divorce
  • Much more

It’s time to think about your taxes, especially if you’re thinking about or going through divorce. By the time you file it’s too late to fix anything.

Financial implications and protecting your financial future while you negotiate your divorce so you have money on the other side of it!

exEXPERTS explores the quandary of what’s fair vs. enough in divorce focused on your spousal support, child support, custody arrangement and more.

Divorce is hard enough, so exEXPERTS interviewed Donna Stern, CPA, to understand the tax implications and options during and after divorce.

We cannot stress enough how important it is to understand money. Women, we are talking to you! Take the time to learn about money and investing today!

How should you handle a smear campaign by your ex? It’s an emotionally challenging situation that is difficult to manage, but we have tips on handling it.

Money in general, then add divorce to it, it’s stressful. In this Divorce etc… episode we talk about the fears and give you actionable steps for success.

Make sure concerns over money during divorce don’t get in the way of creating a strategy for financial success.

Fear of finances is a scary part of divorce, but Dow Janes has a way to help you manage your money and even grow it over time.

Fear of finances is common for women in divorce, but Dow Janes can help you get out of debt, and learn to budget, save and invest.

Do you know that you have a money personality? T.H. uses a single credit card, so she can track her expenses. Jessica uses cash. What’s yours?

What is your money personality? When getting a divorce, your approach to money is important during your negotiation of spousal support & post-divorce life.

Pay attention to red flags that money could be hidden during your marriage when negotiating your spousal support during divorce.

A forensic accountant is the financial arm of your divorce team. If you have legitimate suspicions about fraud, then you may want to learn more.

Divorcing a narcissist, finding hidden money, mistakes men and women make during and after divorce and identifying what you can control are in our Top 5!

Custody and parenting rights, post-divorce relationships, divorce attorney relationships and divorce budgeting are among our top 5 Divorce etc… podcasts!

Is your ex is being honest about the money? A business valuator can help, especially if you shared a business during your marriage, truth be told!

Wondering if money is hidden when negotiating your divorce? Melissa Gragg helps you understand how a business valuator can help.

Figuring out how much money you should be making in your job is difficult, but understanding your value is critical so you aren’t underselling yourself.

Spousal support is one of the most contentious pieces of a divorce settlement. We’ve made it very simple to understand and manage your expectations.

Spousal support is among the most contested issues in any divorce. Understanding what it is, how it works, and what to expect is critical.

How do you pay for a divorce if you don’t have cash? Nicole Noonan, of New Chapter Capital, tells us Divorce Funding could be the answer.

Do you worry about how you would actually pay for a divorce? Divorce Funding could be the option if you just don’t have the cash.

Managing money and budgets during and after a divorce is a daunting task. Learn how to find your financial confidence, even on your own.

Alimony & Child Support

Determining spousal support and or child support can be the most challenging aspect of uncoupling. While some exes may be able to reach mutually agreeable monthly sums, other divorcing couples may find themselves in a fight to end all fights. The exEXPERTS community of Family Law and Divorce Attorneys, Certified Financial Planners, Financial Advisors, Money Mindset Coaches, CPAs, tax experts, and more provide free insights and information to help you determine what you need (and deserve!) to care for yourself and any minor children. 

Finances After Divorce

Whether you’re fearful of supporting yourself, newly responsible for financial planning for the future, or need help getting a mortgage as a newly single person, there are a lot of what-ifs when it comes to finances after a divorce. Our team of Financial advisors, Certified Divorce Lending Professionals, Real Estate Attorneys, Wills, Trusts, and Estates Attorneys offer up their best advice for figuring out finances after a divorce, with the exEXPERTS community.

Paying for Divorce

Who pays for the court fees? Who is responsible for retaining the lawyer? How can the cost of a divorce be fairly split? When it comes to divorce, the costs can quickly add up. Fortunately, our esteemed panel of exEXPERTS is here to answer all of your questions about who pays for what. Moreover, you’re likely to be introduced to opportunities such as divorce funding, that you never knew existed. 

Join the exEXPERTS Community

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