Evaluate Your Future Before Committing To Divorce

 

Did you know you can Evaluate Your Future Before Committing To Divorce?

How would you feel if you could?
Relieved?
More relaxed?
More confident and empowered?
Very likely at least one of these.

Take a few minutes to explore that possibility. We're talking about a full and thorough evaluation, not a 15 minute overview from an attorney giving you a free consult to try to retain you.

Since 90% of every divorce is financial, why not investigate what your post-divorce life would look like. Makes sense.

Yet many women have paralysis analysis and sadly do nothing. If you're one of them, and you're unfortunate enough to be flung into a  full on divorce without at least having your records organized for the evaluation, you could be facing disappearing financial information, banking passwords changed, and disappearing money. While you're scrambling to get the financials together for your attorney, there's always an emotional distraction he throws at you. If you have children, custody is usually the tool they choose for emotional terrorism. So even if you decide to hold off now, you'll be prepared for whatever might come in the future, even if he files for divorce first.

 

Man stealing money during divorce

 

 

Want a solution? Keep reading.

There is a unique strategy that we have devised, Evaluate Before You Commit to Divorce. You won't get this information from an attorney or your accountant, from a therapist, or even a friend. This evaluation will show you what the road will look like in your own personal situation and what your post-divorce life will look like.

 

THEN, YOU DECIDE FOR YOURSELF.

No need to commit to divorce now. You'll have No Deadlines, Attorneys or Courts, or stress from your husband.

 

 

Together we review the first two major steps.

1 - Evaluate your finances. Together we determine what your post divorce budget and lifestyle would look like. Then you'll know what to expect.  This is the core of Evaluate Before You Commit.

After completed, you may decide to take another step forward or you may decide you need more time to save an emergency fund for yourself. At the very worst, you will understand more about your family finances than you knew before.

2 - Build your confidence. We work together to prepare you for your potential future. You may feel trapped, you may feel vulnerable, you may feel inadequate, or you may just feel like you need to escape as soon as possible. There are countless feelings that can overwhelm you when thinking about divorce. Once we evaluate your projected lifestyle, a number of those feelings tend to melt away.  If you have children, there are also methods to help shield them from the stress and insecurities that are so common in children of divorce.

 

Having a full understanding of the details your finances and your ability to land on your feet is the
KEY TO MAKING AN INFORMED DECISION as to whether or not to move forward.

 

 

Although I can't give you my experience with well over 100 divorces on one web page, I would like to share some information that will help you. As a divorce financial specialist for more than 15 years I can tell you that everyone's "exit strategy" that we develop together is unique and we work through what's possible for you.

 

Divorce Tip - Strategic Step

This is something my clients do that helps them retain power over their future, for themselves and their families. Once you file those divorce papers, no matter what state you live in, your attorney tells you that you can no longer make this change. All my "pre-filing" clients are guided through this strategic step.

If you decide to divorce, or if you believe your husband might spring it on you, the very first step is to change your Last Will and Testament and all the associated documents. Here's why...

Face it, if you're going to split up, whether it's now or in the future, do you want him to have everything you own? Maybe you'd rather it go to children or siblings. This is the opportunity to get this taken care of.

With that goes the Power of Attorney. If you need someone to make financial decisions for you, again, do you want him to have everything you own? The medical documents include the Medical Power of Attorney and the Living Will. If you're considering divorcing him, even if it's just maybe, do you want him to make medical decisions, sometimes lifesaving decisions for you? This is just one tip to give you an idea about how these strategies are truly unique.

 

 

Holiday seasons can become emotionally and financially overwhelming for women considering divorce.

Don't let it blind you and potentially jeopardize your best outcome.

Speak to someone who has been through it, has the battle scars to prove it, and can help you avoid the stress and overwhelm you are likely feeling right now.

Think about how detailed it took to plan your wedding and that was just one day. Now your lives are intertwined and it will take even more planning to uncouple yourself. Be smart and do something now, before you find yourself sucked into the bottomless divorce vortex that all those horror stories are based on. Instead investigate the possibility of using these strategies.

You have the rare opportunity to avoid the grief and financial burdens so many other women have been forced to endure. Take some time now to explore a different avenue and the opportunities this presents. Your only investment is your time.

Contact me for a complimentary Pre-EBC Divorce Consultation. Together we will do a preliminary evaluation of your situation. 

Complete the form below and I will contact you to schedule a session. In your message let me know your time zone and a good time to call when you'll have privacy. I'll get back to you within 48 hours to secure your time on my calendar, promise.

 

 

 

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Ellen Wanamaker

Ellen Wanamaker is a Divorce Financial Specialist and Communications Strategist. She began helping women with uncoupling, after her own egregious divorce from which she created a step by step system. Post-divorce, she went on to become a Matrimonial Paralegal, Mediator and Divorce Financial Specialist. Ellen's divorce strengths stem from her financial background, being a federally licensed tax practitioner for more than 25 years,, and investment and insurance advisor. She has been helping women in many stages of divorce set up their finances on autopilot. Ellen is also the author of the popular book "Divorce Starter Tools Women Need."