Go onto google and type in the words “divorce” or “separation” and you will be bombarded with 3 pages of expensive lawyers and big banks all competing to get your attention.
One of those big banks has set up a whole website on separation. At first glance this seems amazing. But look closer and the tips for separation include things like:
We despair at these tactics at The Separation Place. It is sneaky behaviour dressed up as social responsibility and it is not okay.
If money is tight after separation (and mostly it is), adding to debt is not necessarily in the best interests of either of the separated parties if it can be avoided. And, as for the 7 years of bank statements – that is something that is necessary to go to court.
What we are interested in at The Separation Place is keeping you out of court and guiding you through the messy middle.
By the messy middle we mean:
Money Matters, and so do you
If you would like some help wading through the messy middle, our new online course, Money Matters, launches on March 31.
Designed to look at 9 key factors to get you from separated blues to building financial independence and guided by Rachael Hempling with weekly webinars and online accountability in our private facebook group, this is the first of its kind in Australia.
Click here to get on our waiting list now before all the spots are snapped up.