1. Get informed. In order to have an idea of where you stand financially after divorce you need to figure out your financial status as a married couple. Gather all of the documents pertaining to your assets and liabilities. Each current account statement, whether it's reporting the mortgage balance, credit card balance, Individual Retirement Account value, student loan, etc. … [Read more...] about Ten Financial Tips for Women Seriously Considering Divorce
About Hollis Colquhoun
Author and financial self-defense expert Hollis Colquhoun knows firsthand the struggles women go through in divorce. An Accredited Financial Counselor who worked 20 years on Wall Street, she persevered through a difficult divorce and major surgeries to raise a family and achieve financial independence. Hollis counsels women from the difficult early stages of divorce, when they need sound financial advice to navigate feelings of anger, loss and betrayal and build a new future. Her book, Women Empowering Themselves: A Financial Survival Guide, is a concise, pocket-book manual to help women take charge of their finances. Hollis, who holds black belts in Karate and Taekwondo, uses martial arts principles to teach women to protect themselves financially. Contact Hollis at WomenEmpoweringThemselves@gmail.com.