10 Ways to Prevent a Divorce From Ruining Your Finances


By Maryalene LaPonsie
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie aren’t the only people getting a divorce. Plenty of Americans go through the process each year of dissolving their marriages, splitting their assets and making custodial arrangements for their children. While every divorce situation is unique, separating spouses should do the following 10 things to up their odds of coming out of the proceedings on financially stable ground.
Take stock of your marital assets, but don’t move them. Ideally, both spouses should already have a firm grasp of account balances and the value of joint assets. But if not, now is the time to review old bank statements and inventory safe deposit boxes to ensure your spouse hasn’t been trying to move money or hide assets from you.
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