Finally: an all-encompassing resource that reveals everything you need to know to Think Financially, Not Emotionally®, when it comes to your divorce, so you can start your new life on a secure financial foundation.
From the Desk of Jeff Landers
Dear Divorcing Woman,
I’m so glad you’re here, ready to take your first step toward a stable financial future.
Divorce is often fraught with emotion. It really does feel like the proverbial roller coaster, doesn’t it?
If you’re like most of my clients, you may be …
So, it’s no real surprise that you may not be thinking clearly about your retirement accounts, taxes, assets and property – much less your living expenses 10 years from now.
It’s also completely understandable that you’re experiencing a wide range of emotions. But the truth is, most people make terrible financial decisions when they’re under emotional stress. What’s worse, those decisions can be devastating – because they can put your entire financial future at risk.
Simply put, when you’re divorcing, you cannot afford to be uninformed or confused about your finances. After all, the decisions you make today will, without a doubt, impact you for years to come.
Now is the time to take control of the financial aspects of your divorce and start planning for your long-term financial security.
I’m Jeffrey A. Landers, author of Divorce: Think Financially, Not Emotionally®- What Women Need to Know About Securing Their Financial Future Before, During and After Divorce, and it’s my mission to help women through the entire process of their divorce, so they can have a secure financial future.
As a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst™ and founder of Bedrock Divorce Advisors, LLC, a divorce financial advisory firm that works exclusively with women throughout the United States, I am passionate about ensuring that my clients are informed, educated, and completely prepared to Think Financially, Not Emotionally® – during this time.
I write a weekly blog for Forbes.com about the financial aspects of divorce for women called Divorce Dollars and Sense, and I contribute articles regularly to The Huffington Post, More.com, Lawyers.com and many others. I have also been extensively interviewed about the financial aspects of divorce by CBS Television News and such prestigious publications as The Wall Street Journal, Dow Jones, Smart Money, Consumer Reports, The Christian Science Monitor and many others.
I earned my BA degree in psychology from Columbia University and studied law at Pace University School of Law before becoming a divorce financial advisor.
But most importantly, as I mentioned earlier, I’m dedicated to providing you with the information you need to create YOUR solid financial future.
Here’s the thing: if you educate yourself and proceed thoughtfully through your divorce, you may find it provides you with an opportunity to lock in a secure financial future for you and your children.
Consider reading Divorce: Think Financially, Not Emotionally® your critically important first step to learning what you need to know to successfully get through your divorce with the resources you and your children need to live comfortably now – and well into the future.
I am so convinced my book will help you successfully navigate the financial aspects of your divorce, I’d like to offer you a sample chapter of Divorce: Think Financially, Not Emotionally®, “Separate vs. Marital Property”, absolutely free.
This chapter is one of the most important chapters in my book!
Understandably, you may be confused about what constitutes marital property. Worse, your husband may have intentionally tried to mislead you, or even lie to you!
For instance, he might have told you that his 401K is related to his job and has nothing to do with you, or that since the house is titled in his name, it’s his alone.
Nothing could be further from the truth. But if you don’t understand what you may be entitled to — property like your home, rental properties, inheritances, 401(k)s, stock options, a closely-held business–you may lose out.
There are no do-overs in divorce.
If you make a mistake now, you will have to live forever with the consequences of your decisions.
If you’ve been feeling overwhelmed with all the financial issues surrounding your divorce, it’s not your fault!
But you CAN do something about it. Arm yourself with no-nonsense advice from an experienced Certified Divorce Financial Analyst™ who has successfully helped multitudes of women throughout the United States in situations similar to yours. You may think your situation is unique, but rest assured – there is very little I have not seen or heard before!
To your financial security,
P.S. Download your FREE chapter now!
* A portion of all proceeds from the sale of this book will be donated to Bedrock Divorce Fund for Abused Women, Inc.