Financial Planning for your Future
Getting divorced is like being in an arena, there are several exits and you choose which one to take. Keep in mind that outside waits your new life, and that is where you want to be. Move forward with the planning and resources you need to take care of yourself and your family.
You might be very close to signing your separation agreement, you know you are making good financial decisions. Yet, you still feel like spinning and stressed – there is so much to do and so much to decide!
Finances can be like a tablecloth: maybe wrinkly, maybe not the right fit or simply not your style. Having financial knowledge and understanding the basics (or more) is essential for your successful financial future. Yes, the divorce might be final, and you breathe a sigh of relief. Now there are certain steps you must take to finalize your finances, often involving a lot of paperwork.
We can get started by organizing those documents and go through them.
The next step would be understanding the settlement, reviewing your wishes and working out a strategy to make those wishes (or most of them) a reality.
It is important to me that you are set you up for lifelong financial success. I don’t manage any assets, so I have no interest in earning a commission by selling you investment products.
My goal is to deliver financial literacy, so you are connected to your money at all times, see how it all depends on each other, feel confident and in charge of your financial success and capable of making smart decisions in and for the years to come.
I tailor your financial sessions and lessons based on your situation. In the end, you will feel independent and aware of what is important to you and your finances.