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Financial missteps that could derail your post-divorce future

As you go through the divorce process, you will make decisions that could impact your financial future. Allowing your emotions to drive your decision-making could lead to decisions and choices that are not in your best interests. 

It can be difficult to understand how unwise financial decisions can have long-reaching effects. Because of the sensitive nature of divorce, it can be helpful to have professional guidance as you complete the process. 

These choices could negatively impact your future

Knowing about common mistakes can help you avoid the same. Watch out for the most common money-related errors, such as:

  • You may feel tempted to go on a shopping spree, but impulse purchases, especially cars and other expensive items, can lead to difficulty down the road.
  • It is important to consider the implications of spousal support, whether you will be paying it or receiving it, in light of newly passed alimony laws.
  • Divorce can be expensive, and it can be tempting to pull money out of savings to pay your bills. However, this is rarely a prudent decision.
  • Like many Texas readers going through divorce, you may want to keep the house. In reality, you may not be able afford the house on one salary after divorce is final. 

One of the most helpful steps you can take as you are going through divorce is have a financial plan. With a plan in place, you will be more likely to make smart and practical decisions that will be better for your future

Avoiding hidden pitfalls in divorce 

One of the many benefits of having experienced legal guidance during the divorce process is that you will be able to avoid many pitfalls and mistakes that people often make. Your future is worth protecting, especially when the terms of your divorce order are on the line. If you are unsure of where to start or how you can protect yourself, it may be prudent to start with a complete evaluation of your case.

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