You look forward to your retirement and the freedom that it will bring.
But what happens if you find yourself in the middle of a divorce?
But don’t forget - a simple financial statement will not show the after-tax impact - and impact on retirement - of how a division of assets may play out over time.
At its root, divorce is a legal process and therefore necessitates the need for legal input. Taking the time to understand your legal needs allows you to purchase only the advice needed.
You may choose to end your role as husband or wife, but your role as mother or father does not end with the signing of the divorce decree.
With divorce after 50, pensions and Social Security become a bigger portion of the divorce process.Would you know how to maneuver your finances during such a difficult and emotional time? There you are, going along with your day, minding your own business and it hits you.Join us in conversation with financial expert Pam Krueger who will share three fatal financial errors that many women make during a divorce. The whiny, super-annoying feeling that tells you that no matter what you did during your marriage, it just wasn’t good enough and you should have done better."Gray divorce" is the term used to refer to those who divorce after age fifty. All divorces begin with the decision to end the marriage and end with the legal dissolution of the marriage. And the numbers are growing while divorce rates of other age groups is falling.” Here are five key things to consider if you’re over 50 and contemplating or in the midst of a divorce.