Divorce is emotionally and financially taxing for most, no question about it. Having a team of professional advisors guide divorcing parties through this process provides a solid foundation for the client to understand their existing financial circumstances and paint a picture of what the post-divorce financial life will look like. Attorneys and clients have found that as the legal world evolves, financial professionals are becoming increasingly more crucial to the divorce process, whether you litigate or collaborate.
Our role, as the financial professional, in this process is often times a bit vague. To add some clarity to the overarching mystery, listed below are the 5 steps that we typically address with clients who are going through the divorce process.
This article is provided by Christy Adamcik Gammill. Christy Adamcik Gammill offers securities through Equitable Advisors, member FINRA, SIPC. 12377 Merit Drive, Suite 1500, Dallas, TX 75251, offers investment advisory products and services through Equitable Advisors, an investment advisor registered with the SEC and offers annuity and insurance products through an insurance brokerage affiliate, Equitable Network, LLC. CBG Wealth Management is not a registered investment advisor and is not owned or operated by Equitable Advisors or Equitable Network. Contact information: 972-455-9021 or Christy@CBGWealth.com.