Post-Divorce Financial Planning: Organizing Finances During and After Divorce

By Brian Behl, CFP®, CRPC®, CDFA™, Advisor, Bronfman Rothschild Wealth Advisors


Most people don’t begin their marriage expecting it to end in divorce. However, statistics suggest that a significant portion of marriages will ultimately fail, perhaps a third or more. For those who do find themselves ending a marriage, a lot can be on the line financially as marital property, including investments, must be divided. Having a sound financial plan can ease your transition into life as a single person and can help ensure a comfortable financial future after the divorce.

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