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November 21, 2011
Divorce and the Stay-At-Home Mom
Divorce is a life-changing experience for any family. For the stay-at-home mom, the consequences of ending a marriage can be even more dramatic. Many stay-at-home moms believe they will be able to maintain their current lifestyle after a divorce. This is often not possible. With this in mind, we offer a few suggestions for stay-at-home moms to consider before initiating the divorce process.
Obtain Financial Records
Perhaps you are in the beginning stages of the divorce process, and you are still considering whether or not you want to move forward. One of the most important things for you to do is to establish a snapshot of your finances.