Updated: Sep 27
The holidays are often a difficult time, especially if you are separated, thinking of getting divorced or are recently divorced. Life can look bleak and filled with insecurity about the future. Separation or divorce is a huge decision which can have ripple effects through every aspect of your life. If you decided to get divorced last year, and you are certain about this decision, then it is time to move forward, consider all your options, make sound decisions about your financial future and face 2020 with a positive outlook.
Bettina Plendl of BP Financial Divorce Strategies provides help, guidance and a plan for those who have financial questions; and those who would like to understand the rationale of how to approach the asset and debt split, no matter how complex it may be. There’s a lot to know and everyone deserves to understand the ins and outs of the financial decisions you are about to make. Bettina’s mandate is to help you and your team of lawyers, mediators and other specialists avoid costly financial mistakes.
Why Bettina? Bettina Plendl is a financial expert - she is a Certified Financial Planner and Certified Financial Divorce Specialist. Her typical client doesn’t know where to start, which process is best and which to choose for this challenging time. Do they need a lawyer and/or mediator? Or perhaps they are doing it themselves? Perhaps they are simply not happy with how things are developing. What they all have in common is that they want fast results and a fair settlement to move on to a new chapter in their life. The cusp of a new year is the perfect time for this. Let Bettina help negotiate the financial maze of a separation or divorce which reduces stress and therefore the ‘ripple effect’ on children, family and friends and eliminates the financial concern about their future.
Bettina’s expertise doesn’t stop there, she is also available to those needing help after the divorce figuring out the ‘NEW Financial YOU’. Bettina does not provide legal advice or counselling, nor does she have any assets under management to avoid possible conflicts of interest – This means her advice is completely neutral and unbiased - whether you are simply contemplating separation, are in the midst of it or trying to figure out the ‘aftermath’.
Why not make 2020 the year of moving forward… of a fresh start and a new beginning.