IS YOUR SOON-TO-BE-EX-SPOUSE HIDING MONEY?
Do you suspect that your soon-to-be-ex-spouse is hiding money?
If your partner tries to avoid an equitable distribution in a divorce settlement, they might keep assets from you or transfer money into a secret account.
But is it necessary to hire a forensic accountant? Or can you do the job yourself?
Tracey is passionate about helping people who feel powerless in the divorce process regain their confidence and take control of their money.
On this episode of Divorce Dialogues, Tracey joins Katherine to explain how to identify when your spouse is hiding money and where they might be keeping it.
Tracey walks us through the common reasons people hide money in marriage and describes why financial infidelity is just as devastating as romantic infidelity—if not more.
Listen in for Tracey’s insight on initiating the conversation around money in your marriage and learn the first steps to educate yourself about the family finances in divorce.
How your relationship with money impacts the way you handle finances in a marriage
Why we need to change the language we use to talk about money in divorce
How to identify when your spouse is hiding money and where they might be keeping it
When to hire a forensic accountant (and when you can do the job yourself)
How Tracey’s Divorce Money Guide helps you understand the financial piece of divorce
The most common reasons why people hide money in a marriage
What makes financial infidelity just as devastating as romantic infidelity
Why talking about money in a marriage is so challenging, and how to initiate the conversation
Why Tracey suggests listing all the accounts you know about as the first step in getting more financial information
The benefit of regularly running a credit report on yourself and exchanging that information with your spouse
What Tracey says to women who want to educate themselves about family finances
How knowing where you’re spending gives you the power to create the life you want
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