July 9, 2015


There Is Life After Divorce.

If You Act Now You Can Decide What It’s Going to Look Like.

Divorce is a painful, scary process. In terms of the stress that it brings, divorce ranks #2 out of the 43 most stressful life events listed on the Holmes & Rahe Scale.

While you’re going through it, you wonder if it will ever end.

Well, the legal process will eventually be finalized, but the financial ramifications can potentially continue to impact you for years to come. It’s no exaggeration to say that some people never recover.

One thing’s for sure, simply crossing your fingers and hoping it will all turn out okay is not any kind of a plan. You need to get the right counsel, and make some good decisions now while you can still have the biggest positive impact on shaping your future.

What You Dont Know Can Cost You For a Very Long Time to Come

There are lots of questions that need to be considered:

  • Do you really know the full picture of the assets that you and your partner own?
  • How are they going to be divided fairly?
  • Will you have enough income to provide for yourself and your children?
  • Can you afford to keep your house?
  • What about future needs? College for the kids? Retirement funds?
  • What happens to your health insurance coverage when the divorce is final?
  • Could you be surprised by a tax bill?
  • What is inflation going to do to your settlement 15-20 years from now?

A Certified Divorce Financial Analyst® (CDFA™) is a trained professional who will give you a full and accurate assessment of all these issues and more. They can prepare easy-to-understand reports, and walk with you and your attorney through the process of reaching a workable settlement, and securing the future.

Let’s face it, there are a lot of expenses associated with divorce, and you can’t get that money back. It’s money you really needed for the future, but it’s flying out the window.

A CDFA™ is the one person on your team that can actually put money back in your pocket. Don’t think of this as another cost, but as an investment. With the right planning, you and your partner will have MORE money left in the end, so this service pays for itself many times over.

The End of Something Can Be a New Beginning Too

Right now you are at a pivotal moment, and you have a chance to start writing a whole new chapter. With the proper help you’ll be in a position to dream again about what joyous things can be in the days to come.

We at Thomas Divorce Advisors would count it an honor to be part of your team; to be by your side as you begin to write that chapter.


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