Budgeting and Financial Planning Rules after a Divorce

  • If you were not the one who handled the finances during your marriage, it will most likely feel quite challenging to get the hang of planning and budgeting on your own. In order to avoid accumulating debts and going bankrupt after a divorce, it is highly advised to carefully monitor your expenses and income in the first six to 12 months after getting divorced.

    Regardless of your financial situation after a divorce, the Fort Lauderdale divorce attorney at the Law Office of Gustavo E. Frances, P.A. advises clients against buying a new house or car immediately after a divorce, especially if you are receiving alimony. Speak to Gustavo Frances to get a free consultation about your particular case. Getting divorced can be tough when you do not know what to do and how to handle your finances.