The goal of this site is to help women survive divorce and rebuild their lives, offering help for every stage of the process.
You'll find comprehensive information on the legal, financial, and emotional aspects of ending your marriage, as well as articles for starting over and rebuilding your life.
Child support may not be adequate to cover the true costs of child rearing, and she might have lost many important years of career growth, making it difficult for her to get back on her feet after divorce. By familiarizing yourself with the twelve financial pitfalls of divorce, you can save yourself a lot of heartbreak—and hassle—in the future. Legal fees, court costs, therapist bills, new living expenses, and myriad other costs will drain your financial resources.
Money previously used to support one household must now stretch to support two. Divorce is a long, complicated process that requires careful preparation.
Discover mistakes to avoid, financial issues to consider when splitting assets and debts, and find out what your rights are not only during the legal process, but also afterwards.
Too often women find themselves at a disadvantage when their marriage ends and they have to fight for what is rightfully theirs.
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.
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.