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11: Financial planning for divorce with Nancy Hetrick

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July 19, 2018

There are many factors to consider when getting a divorce, but finances may be the most important issue to get properly resolved. There are misconceptions that people have...

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There are many factors to consider when getting a divorce, but finances may be the most important issue to get properly resolved. There are misconceptions that people have when it comes to financial division in divorce, but Nancy Hetrick is here to invalidate those misunderstood views and inform you on how to reach the best overall solution for your divorce financially. Tune into this episode of Better Money Decisions with Kate Stalter to learn how you can come to the most suitable and beneficial financial solution in your divorce. 

Show Highlights:

  • CDFA growing in significance 
  • Creating a different process for people 
  • Optimizing property 
  • Determining whether alimony should be paid 
  • Deciding how to balance and adjust financially 
  • Having support needed when you’re emotionally overwhelmed 
  • Forgetting who the decision makers are 
  • Not being willing to compromise 
  • Limiting resources 
  • Giving up 
  • Betting the farm on a new relationship 
  • Wanting guarantees and certainty 
  • Helping people avoid litigation and the court process
  • Being hired as an advocate 
  • Forensics involved in finances 
  • Proportioning out growth in retirement assets 
  • Collaborative divorce 
  • IACP – working towards a settlement 

Resources: 

Smarter Divorce Solutions

Nancy’s book on Amazon

Nancy’s Contact Information:

877-552-4017

Nancy@smarterdivorcesolutions.com

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