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What keeps you up at night?

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?
Will I ever be able to retire?

These are questions every woman asks when facing a divorce or a "what if" scenario. She might be panicking, feeling fear, or experiencing hysteria.

Is that you?

First, pull yourself together. You need a clear mind to make intelligent decisions.
Second, you need a trusted partner to guide you through the process. Let's do a quick review.

Are You Financially Fit?

Are You Financially Fit?

Yes, divorce is one of life's most traumatic experiences. It is unfortunate, since about 50% of marriages in the US end in divorce.

Divorce can not only drain your emotions but your finances as well. It is even more difficult if you have never managed money.
Don't worry. There are brighter days ahead. You deserve FREEDOM and PIECE OF MIND, and this is our goal.

It is critical that you should know certain things before signing any legal document. View our checklist below.
Why Fleet for Your Divorce Financial Needs?

Why Fleet for Your Divorce Financial Needs?

Most financial planners assume specific results in the future based on assumptions made today. Their goal is to see if you are on track. And it doesn't matter if you are going through a divorce.

Opposite to this, a CPA looks at the scenario today and makes no future projections.

At Fleet, we blend these two ideologies.  To do this, we created our unique process.

Financially Responsible Divorce<br/>

Financially Responsible Divorce

A financially responsible divorce means a favorable settlement. Here, we focus on personable service, clear communication, and complete support throughout the process.

But it is also about avoiding costly mistakes. That's why we help expand your knowledge of how money works.

We understand women's perspectives and apply them to our financial strategies. We hold our clients' hands and show them genuine compassion and empathy.

Financially responsible divorce is also about a plan for your future. That's why you should follow a post divorce checklist to pursue your goals and dreams.

Within just a few months, our clients are frequently able to:

Know and rely on their options
Explore additional income options
Qualify for social security or widow benefits

Be adequately protected
Build smart money habits
Improve credit score