Planning for the Future

Planning for the future is an essential part when considering or in the process of divorce. Separating or divorcing couples often face major changes in each of their personal financial circumstances. Here is one example of one challenge:

The reality of two households having to survive on the same income that at one time was supporting only one household.

The Divorce Planning Institute of New England is an excellent resource for divorcing couples when they are considering or in the process of divorce. Divorce Planning Professionals have traditionally worked with individuals and couples before, during and after divorce, helping them begin new lives and plan for their future.

Since a large part of the divorce process and and equitable settlement is financial, Divorce Planning Professionals help:

  • Explain your options
  • Set priorities
  • Lead you through the hard choices ahead with clarity and confidence
Often, the financial information on which agreements are based is unreliable. This can lead to future problems for one or both spouses. So, accurate financial information helps each spouse achieve workable agreements quicker and accept realistic lifestyle changes when necessary.

Divorce Planning is planning for the best while preparing for the worst. Agreements that are achieved through transparency and full disclosure become much less prone to problems or errors.