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Idiot's Guides: Surviving Divorce, Fourth Edition by Terry Hillman, Pamela Weintraub

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CHAPTER22

Managing Your Money Solo

In This Chapter

  • Your financial profile, past and present
  • Reestablishing yourself financially
  • Selling your house, business, stocks, or other holdings
  • Creating a budget you can live with

If you have been married for a short time, divorce might have only a minor impact on your finances. Before you married, you may have lived on your own, worked, and supported yourself just fine. If this is the case, you are one of the fortunate ones. It will be relatively easy for you to get back on your feet—financially, at least.

If you’ve been married for years, however, the lifestyle changes brought on by your new circumstances ...

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