Your divorce was a long, complicated and often challenging process. You’ve shed blood, sweat and tears on your way to finalizing the paperwork and moving on with your life. Now that everything is complete, you’re ready to seize life by the horns and start anew!
Wait — Are you frowning?
If you aren’t feeling so optimistic about what the future holds, know you aren’t alone. In the midst of divorce proceedings, it’s often easy to think that everything will be better once the appointments with lawyers and judges are over. However, it’s usually just the opposite. Once everything is finally finished, the real work begins.
For example, if your ex-spouse handled all of the financial documents or did the budgeting, you may be feeling overwhelmed and unsure how to manage your money. Even simple tasks like paying the bills on-time or setting aside enough for an emergency fund could be anxiety-inducing. It’s okay and there’s nothing to be ashamed of.
Here at Hoffman Divorce Strategies, we regularly work with clients who are struggling with the financial transition back to single life. Whether you need assistance navigating the complex re-titling requirements for your investments or you simply want to set up a savings account, our goal is to help you during this time.