Divorce Financial Advisor and Best-Selling Author for Divorcing Women Releases Sequel to “Divorce: Think Financially, Not Emotionally®, Volume I"

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Volume II of the Think Financially, Not Emotionally® series offers more guidance to help divorcing women achieve a secure financial future for themselves and their children (authored by the founder of Bedrock Divorce Advisors, LLC)

Divorce: Think Financially, Not Emotionally®, Volume II

Divorce is much more financially complicated than it used to be because these days, it’s not at all unusual for marital assets to include residential real estate, sophisticated financial investments, complex employee compensation packages, etc.

Can I withdraw money from joint accounts? Should I move out of the marital home? Is my husband hiding assets? Divorcing women tackle questions like these every day, and now they can turn to Divorce: Think Financially, Not Emotionally® −What Women Need To Know About Securing Their Financial Future Before, During, And After Divorce, Volume II for answers. In Divorce: Think Financially, Not Emotionally®, Volume II, best-selling author Jeffrey A. Landers, CDFA™, continues the conversation he started in Volume I, using straight talk and real-life examples to explain important financial matters every divorcing woman needs to understand.

“Divorce is much more financially complicated than it used to be because these days, it’s not at all unusual for marital assets to include residential and commercial real estate, sophisticated financial investments, complex employee compensation packages or closely-held businesses or professional practices. Women who read Volume I, loved it, but I heard loud and clear that they wanted even more –more information, more detail, more explanations about how they could secure their financial futures,” said Landers, who is also the founder of Bedrock Divorce Advisors, a nationwide divorce financial advisory firm that exclusively works with women, and ThinkFinancially.com, a website created to educate, empower, and support women before, during, and after divorce.

Divorce: Think Financially, Not Emotionally®, Volume II covers a variety of issues not covered in Volume I, including:

  •     Why women might want to keep a secret fund
  •     The financial impacts of moving out of the marital home
  •     The pros and cons of filing first
  •     How to divide stock, stock options, and restricted stock
  •     How to protect inheritances and gifts
  •     How being a stay-at-home mom can affect a woman’s financial future
  •      . . . and much more!

Together, Divorce: Think Financially, Not Emotionally®, Volumes I and II are now the definitive, go-to resource for anyone who wants to understand the financial aspects of divorce as it relates to women.

“For years now, I’ve been on a mission to educate, empower, and support women before, during, and after their divorce,” Landers said. “Together, Divorce: Think Financially, Not Emotionally®, Volumes I and II cover a wide range of financially-related topics and give divorcing women the guidance they need to achieve a secure financial future for themselves and their children.”

Divorce: Think Financially, Not Emotionally®, Volumes I and II are available in paperback, Kindle, Nook, and PDF formats at http://thinkfinancially.com/.

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