Rebuild Your Credit

Things to keep in mind 

From the moment a couple contemplates divorce until after the divorce is final, both parties must protect their individual property interests. Lawyers and judges concentrate on the legal issues, not the long-term financial consequences of divorce. Although most of us would like to have a friendly, ongoing relationship with our ex, few of us can actually pull it off. The spouse who was once relatively cooperative may experience delayed anger, refusing you access to that which is ethically if not legally yours. So plan well, and don't assume you will be able to go back later for anything.

It’s not about the money

So, the relationship is over except for the financial stuff. This is where things can become very difficult so think carefully before taking any action.

During a relationship I recommend that each party retain copies of financial records, bank statements, insurance plans, tax returns, any investments and other money “stuff”.

I say, “It’s not about the money”. My Banker says, “It’s all about the money”.

Bad credit – No credit – No problem!

If you have no credit, poor credit or bad credit you do have a problem. Here are a few tips to help you “rebuild” your credit rating. Remember no one can “repair” your credit – do not fall victim to these unscrupulous scams.

In today’s economically driven world, money is an increasingly important issue in human relationships. Relationships are much more complex than a bank statement; however, money remains the main source of anxiety for many couples. One of the leading causes of relationship breakdown is … money.