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Divorce Is Difficult — But It Can Be Overcome

Divorce is never the initial plan. Oftentimes, the need for divorce can seemingly come out of nowhere. But with 39 percent of marriages ending in divorce, it may be more common than you would expect.

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When a divorce becomes inevitable

It is important that you have someone in your corner — guiding you towards a stable financial future. Unfortunately, for many, going through a divorce provides more questions than answers:

  • What does a divorce entail? Especially at my age?
  • What does it mean for my family? My kids?
  • What is to become of my financial future? Will this set me back?
  • How will I manage my divorce settlement to ensure my financial livelihood?

All of these questions and more can be difficult to answer. But as someone who has never gone through a divorce, how can you end your marriage without setting your family and your financial future back? Luckily, The Financial Sherpa is here to guide you through this journey.

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What About My Financial Future?

Whether you are currently in the divorce process or have recently become divorced, it is important that you take steps towards securing your financial future. With a divorce, there come many financial uncertainties — meaning that it is crucial that you enlist the help of a Certified Divorce Coach®️ or Certified Divorce Financial Analyst®️ who can help ensure that your best financial interest is kept in mind. The Financial Sherpa is here to do just that.

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How Can I Get Through My Divorce?

The Financial Sherpa, serving clients in Connecticut and New York, is dedicated to helping you overcome your divorce while achieving financial and social stability. Trained as a Mediator and a Collaborative Divorce Financial Neutral, it is important to have The Financial Sherpa in your corner.

Contact us today to schedule an appointment with a divorce consultant that has your best interests in mind.

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