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Let’s take the Fear out of ‘Will I be OK’ after my Divorce?

One of the most frequent questions I am asked is “will I be OK” after the divorce. This is every woman’s biggest fear in divorce! It is really the fear of the unknown. Being Ok may have a different meaning to different women. MORE >>
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Let’s take the Fear out of ‘Will I be OK’ after my Divorce?

Our goal is to educate our clients to put the decision making in their court with the guidance of their divorce team.
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Meet Coulter

Divorce is a very stressful time in your life.  It is more than a process of separating money and assets. Divorce is taking all that you have built together with your spouse and tearing it down.  This is a breakdown of a partnership, a life together lost, your future now dissolved and uncertain.  

Divorce FAQs

How will I know which financial documents are important to the divorce settlement?

For those individuals who did not manage the household finances, we tell them to gather up all documents that have numbers on them. This would include bank statements, tax returns, mortgage statements, retirement statements, insurance documents, stock certificates, real estate papers…. the list is forever long. Every case is different. What may apply in one divorce does not duplicate in another. So when in doubt make copies of ALL documents with numbers on it.

Image of Coulter Roberson, Certified Divorce Financial Analyst speaking to a large group of women at an event.  This is actually an image of the video of her speaking at a womens event. She is a very dynamic speaker.

Coulter speaks to audiences small and large about the “5 Things She’s Learned About Money from her Clients”.

With over 15 years in the business of working with women transitioning through divorce and life changes, she has learned that there are some common misconceptions about money.