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Divorce and the death of a loved one are two of the most stressful events in life.

Combined with the stress of managing finances, it can seem impossible to get through.

At the Financial Center for Women, we understand. We have been there and are here to help you get through to the other side

The last thing you want to do is think about your finances, but it’s an important issue that you can’t afford to overlook.

When major life changes occur, we can provide guidance in a number of ways, including:

  • Provide positive encouragement and motivation
  • Review ownership and beneficiary designations on all accounts, complete paperwork for any changes
  • Evaluate current life, disability income, long-term care, health insurance, auto, home to look for opportunities for improvement or money savings
  • Advise you to avoid reactive or emotional decisions that could negatively affect you personally and financially
  • Evaluate current life, disability income, long-term care, health insurance, auto, home to look for opportunities for improvement or money savings
  • Develop a flexible and reliable income strategy with the ability to adapt to changes.
  • Evaluate current life, disability income, long-term care, health insurance, auto, home to look for opportunities for improvement or money savings
  • Help provide confidence for financial matters, focusing on goals, priorities, direction, and structure
  • Review expenses, liabilities and prepare a net worth statement
  • Conduct annual reviews and make adjustments as needed

Life is full of unexpected situations. No one can ever be fully prepared to deal with the feelings of grief, anger, and sadness that follow—and few are prepared to face life alone. During difficult times the team at the Financial Center for Women is here to help.

Do you have any questions? We would love to help.

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