Planning Through Divorce
Individuals ending their marriage are met with what seems like a million decisions. When it comes to your financial life, you don’t have to make them alone. A Buckingham Strategic Wealth advisor can serve as a trusted partner who will help you navigate the financial complexities of divorce, provide support through this time of transition, and realign your financial strategy for the future.
What you may be thinking:
- Will divorce affect my standard of living and long-term goals?
- What impact will my decisions today have on my financial future?
- Who can help me make decisions about the divorce settlement objectively, not emotionally?
- How can I control or minimize the cost of divorce?
We know the divorce process is emotional, stressful and complicated. So we do everything we can from a financial perspective to make it as easy and streamlined as possible. We have advisors who deeply understand the process and are prepared to help you consider the financial impact of divorce, assess settlement proposals, adapt your overall investment plan, reassess your goals and help create a new strategy that focuses on your future after divorce. We also coordinate with your attorney and other professional advisors to help ensure as seamless of a transition as possible.
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