January 12, 2024

12 Reasons to Work with a Financial Planner After Divorce

We believe that working with a financial planner is crucial during a life-changing event (like a divorce). Their expertise and personalized guidance can help you make informed decisions and set a foundation for a more stable and secure financial future.

Reasons to work with a financial planner after divorce include:

  1. Expertise in Divorce Financial Planning – having this specialty allows them to understand the unique financial items associated with divorce. They understand the legal and financial implications, and can help you consider various tax considerations and asset division strategies that are specific to divorce.
  2. Creation of an Objective Financial Plan – Emotions run high during a divorce, so it is crucial to have an expert guide you through important investment decisions.
  3. Custom Financial Strategies – A financial planner will consider your income, assets, debts, and long-term objectives to create a personalized road map.
  4. Budgeting and Expenses – Divorce often involves significant changes in income and expenses. A financial planner can help you create a realistic budget to help you maintain your lifestyle, while also saving for the future.
  5. Asset Allocation and Investment Guidance – If your settlement included a division of assets, a financial planner can help you make informed decisions to create an investment plan that aligns with both your risk tolerance and your long-term goals.
  6. Tax Optimization – a financial planner will help you navigate taxes and may potentially save you money in the long run.
  7. Retirement Planning – access your retirement readiness towards a more secure retirement.
  8. Debt Management – they can assist in creating a plan to manage and help pay off debt efficiently.
  9. Alimony and Child Support – a financial planner can help you understand the financial impacts, and help ensure you fulfill your obligations.
  10. Protection for the Future – a financial planner can work with your estate lawyer to create a plan, including wills, trusts, and beneficiary designations. This will help protect your assets and ensure your wishes are carried out.
  11. Peace of Mind – knowing that your financial future is being professionally managed can be helpful in providing peace of mind. This allows you to focus on healing and rebuilding your life.
  12. Long-term Financial Security – A financial plan helps you make decisions to positively impact your overall well being. Sound financial choices can help lead to long-term security and prosperity.

couple working with financial advisor during divorce

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At Crossover Capital, our number one goal is to provide people with the support, knowledge, and access to make informed decisions about their financial futures. Building a foundation for success starts with steady support and a customized approach. Crossover Capital is here to provide the necessary tools required for growth, and to be a champion for our clients’ success.

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This material is intended for informational purposes only. It should not be construed as legal or tax advice and is not intended to replace the advice of a qualified attorney or tax advisor. This information is not an offer or a solicitation to buy or sell securities. The information contained may have been compiled from third party sources and is believed to be reliable.

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