How to Financially Prepare for a Divorce | Plancorp

How to Financially Prepare for a Divorce | Plancorp

Regardless of the cause, divorce is a deeply personal and emotional experience. It’s important to take time to grieve, process, and then enter into the divorce proceedings as calmly as possible. This is not the time to make rash decisions that can have long-term impacts on you and your family’s emotional well-being — and especially on your financial situation.

In this video, you’ll learn how to financially prepare for a divorce in three key areas.

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Sara Gelsheimer, CFP®, AIF® – Senior Wealth Manager & Founder of InspireHer
Sara came to Plancorp with a strong financial background and an even stronger commitment to financial education—particularly for women. She founded InspireHer, an initiative that inspires financial confidence in all women through education and impactful support by giving women a platform to be curious, inspire and be inspired. She strives to empower women to be more confident in their financial lives.


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