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Financial Advice

  • Separating Your Finances
  • Securing Your Financial Future
  • Tax & Benefits

Securing Your Financial Future

After a divorce is final and you have split the assets and money from the relationship it is possible you may be one of the lucky ones and find yourself with a healthy financial settlement. Most people however discover they are in a much less secure financial situation than previously. If this is the case, careful planning and thought will be required to ensure your future financial security.

Re-establishing your financial life when single may be a daunting prospect so here are a few suggestions:

  • Think of your children first - what money do they need now and in the future and where is this going to come from? Your ex-partner should be contributing to their upbringing. If the payments are not forthcoming the CSA can enforce maintenance payments .
  • Basics matter most - a roof over your head, food, water, heat and light. Prioritise paying for those. If you are struggling then let the companies know - don't bury your head in the sand and let things drift into debt.
  • You will probably be able to save considerable amounts by switching your utility accounts to new providers. The average household could save £140 off their energy bills if they changed supplier.
  • Make sure you have all bills set up in your name and a bank account in your sole name.
  • Gather information about your financial circumstances and draw up a sheet of your income and expenditure, assets and debts.
  • Make a financial action plan based on this information - this should have 3 sections. Ideas for saving money; ideas for earning more money and a section prioritising your outgoings and debts to pay.

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