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Studies show that in the first year after divorce, the wife’s standard of living may drop almost 27 percent while the husband’s may increase by as much as 10 percent.
Many factors combine to lower women’s standard of living after divorce. Expenses will begin to mushroom as soon as the divorce process starts.
These assets will remain yours as long as you can document them. Don’t overlook any assets—half of everything is yours!
Copies of your spouse’s business records can be a treasure map showing you where the hidden assets are buried. Even if you don’t want an asset, it can be used to trade for something you do want.
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Each year, nearly 2.8 million men and women go through the emotional and financial trauma of divorce.
During divorce, many women are concerned about financial survival—and with good reason.
Make a clear copy of all tax returns, loan applications, wills, trusts, financial statements, banking information, brokerage statements, loan documents, credit card statements, deeds to real property, car registration, insurance inventories, and insurance policies.
Also, copy records that you can use to trace your separate property, such as an inheritance or gift from your family.