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18 Steps to Financial Independence During and After Divorce

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    • JoyJoy says:

      Stay-at-home, homeschooling mom for 19 years and now finding myself right in the middle of it all. Thank you for this helpful post!

  1. gin-gin says:

    Thanks for sharing. It’s “only” money but it’s so easy to flare up because of the uncomfortable situation. Baby steps and “work – and I mean WORK – with what you have” have taken me a long way on all sorts of different levels. Divorce came through last December and allowed me to shut a door on all the emotional stuff … The bills / financial adjustments will follow me for some time 🙂

  2. Lisa V says:

    Reblogged this on The Moments Between and commented:
    Excellent advice !

  3. Brilliant. Thanks. Some things I know but I don’t often listen to myself and end up spiralling into a panic and then staying awake until 2am. Anxiety is a terrible thing.
    Excellent advice. 18 months of the divorce process and still many more to come 🙁

  4. Patrick says:

    Great summary of what to do during a dissolution. Very good advice for anyone looking for a guide through what will be a difficult process. I happened to follow this path and it does work but patients is the key.

  5. Great list Lisa! Sharing!

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