This is especially troubling since people are living longer. That means there are a lot of people who won’t be able to keep up their lifestyle during retirement. I always tell my clients to plan as if they’re going to live to 100 (never say never – the oldest woman who ever lived was 122!).
Getting divorced without a financial plan is like driving on a highway without your headlights. You have no idea where you’re going.
Divorce is one of the biggest life transitions. It has a huge impact on your finances – both short-term and long-term.
If that’s the case, why don’t more people divorce with a plan?
There are several reasons. One, it’s hard to have a plan when you’re not sure where to start. Two, it’s hard to plan when you’re riding an emotional rollercoaster. You need a voice of reason. You need someone to help you see clearly so you can plan for the future. You need a PA divorce financial planner with your bests interests in mind.