How to Divorce Safely and Sanely Without Sacrificing Your Children or Your Finances

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July is child-centered divorce month here in the US. And as a CDFAⓇ professional, I can assure you that in the long run, centering your children usually ends up being a lot cheaper compared to litigation. “Divorce isn’t the child’s fault. Don’t say anything unkind about your ex to the child, because you’re really just hurting the child.” – Valerie Bertinelli What is child-centered divorce? Often when a couple is splitting up, especially when it’s not amicable, it’s hard to focus on the real issues. If you’ve been cheated on, you’re thinking about how they did you wrong, or what…...

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Jennifer Jank I am a content writer extraordinaire, focused on helping people understand their own personal finances and improve them where needed. I specialize in helping women in midlife make the financial and emotional transition from employee to entrepreneur, divorced or widowed to single, and from one career to another.