Divorcees

Divorce is one of life's most traumatic, painful experiences. If you're stuck wondering what to do next, Fleet Wealth Management Group TM can help you make financial decisions so that even ending your marriage seems reachable.

 Our Wealth Management firm can help guide you through your divorce journey by helping you through the financial and emotional aspects of building confidence and seeking the freedom that you deserve. 

These days, it’s no secret that about 50 percent of marriages in the United States end in divorce. Despite these statistics, few women are prepared for such a possibility.  Going through a divorce is not only emotionally draining, but can also be financially challenging too. You may feel traumatized, relieved, hopeful, afraid, or all the above. If your break up is fresh and hurts badly you should know there will be brighter days after the pain.

Whether you’re planning for a divorce, or already have one underway, there are some things you need to know before committing your signature to paper. Unless you’ve learned tough financial lessons through a prior divorce, this unknown territory might feel overwhelming. At Fleet Wealth Management Group, we can help you transition through divorce by helping you build the team of professionals you need, and creating a new plan for your future.  Just because you’re facing divorce doesn’t mean you have to go it alone or can’t pursue your goals and dreams.

As divorce financial planners, we specialize in working with “out spouses” which is a term commonly used by family law and divorce lawyers for the spouse that hasn’t been involved in paying the bills, managing the investments, buying insurance, budgeting, or who doesn’t have the relationship with the family attorney, CPA, or financial advisor. We’re here to help clear all that up with you.

As part of our financial divorce advice for women, we can help you answer questions like these:

  • Can I afford to keep my house?
  • How will our assets be divided?
  • What about spousal and child support payments?
  • Will I have enough to live on after the divorce?
  • Can I continue my current lifestyle?
  • What happens to my health and other insurances?
  • How will I manage my finances?
  • How will I deal with taxes?
  • How will my children go to college?
  • How will I support my family as a single person?
  • Will I ever be able to retire?
  • Am I going to be OK financially?

 

 

When we work together, we’ll analyze your unique situation to give you a clear understanding of the short- and long-term effects your divorce could have on your lifestyle and stability. We’ll work hard to give you the information you need to help you make choices that are best for your specific situation. Whether your divorce is adversarial or amicable, you’ll want to stay protected.

 

We are uniquely prepared to assist you.  We have extensive experience with assisting divorced women through and post-divorce.  Whether you simply need the perspective of a financial advisor on how your divorce will affect your economic health, you need help building a team of professionals to get you through it all, or you just want advice to help reprioritize and take control of your financial future after your divorce is finalized, our team at Fleet Wealth Management Group has the expertise to guide you through every step.

Download below Fleet's Free Guide entitled: The 10-Minute Post Divorce Financial Guide for Women, with the subtitle How to Avoid Running Out of Money After Your Divorce.

In this Financial Guide for Women, Fleet Wealth Management addresses these key questions women face when going through a divorce:

  1. How do you alleviate emotional stress and avoid uncertainty? 
  2. How do you achieve financial stability and gain peace of mind?
  3. What are the most common mistakes women make in going through a divorce?
  4. What trade-offs might you need to meet your goals?