What You Need to Know About Divorce and Money

Learn How to Protect Your Finances & Secure Your Future

Divorce is one of life’s most difficult curveballs and we’re here to help you in every way we can. This easy-to-follow guide details everything you need to know when it comes to sorting your new financial reality such as: important legalities to consider, what you can expect, common mistakes, planning based on income and spending, and more.

By downloading this free guide you’ll learn:

  • How to clarify your assets and organize your debts
  • The role your credit score, payment history, and credit utilization play in separating joint accounts
  • How to determine your state’s ruling regarding child support and planning for your child’s future
  • When you can and cannot receive alimony
  • How to maintain clarity of mind when dealing with stressful and emotionally draining issues

At Opal Wealth Advisors, we’re here to guide you on this journey and help you do more than just financially recover—we want to set you up to thrive. Are you ready to start your next chapter?

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