Divorcing Women

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These days, it’s no secret that about 50 percent of marriages in the United States end in divorce. Despite these statistics, few women are prepared for such a possibility.  Going through a divorce is not only emotionally draining, but can also be financially challenging, too.  At Taylor Financial Group, we can help you transition through divorce by helping you build the team of professionals you need, and creating a new plan for your future.  Just because you’re facing divorce doesn’t mean you have to go it alone or can’t pursue your goals and dreams.

We are uniquely prepared to assist you.  As a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst, our Founder, Debbie Taylor, has extensive experience with assisting divorced women through and post-divorce.  Whether you simply need the perspective of a financial advisor on how your divorce will affect your economic health, you need help building a team of professionals to get you through it all, or you just want advice to help reprioritize and take control of your financial future after your divorce is finalized, Debbie and our team at Taylor Financial Group have the expertise to guide you through every step.

We can help you select a divorce attorney or mediator, analyze your income, expenses and assets, and make recommendations regarding the division of marital assets.  Our goal is to help you pursue your goals and live life to the fullest, while giving you financial confidence.  Our team has helped countless women with varying financial and family situations through this type of life transition, by acting as counselors before, during, and after divorce.  We can do the same for you.

Watch this short video to see Debbie discuss how women should build a team of professionals when facing divorce.

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