5 Critical Steps to Help Women Financially Prepare for Divorce

Take control of your financial life by taking these steps as early as possible in the divorce process. You’ll be glad you did.

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As we move through the latter stages of the pandemic, many couples are resuming their plans to end their marriages. These plans were placed on pause during the pandemic, which explains why there was a decline in divorces in the year 2020.

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Renora L. Nelson
Wealth Manager, Merit Financial Advisors

Renora Nelson is a wealth manager at Merit Financial Advisors, where she helps her clients plan for and enjoy their retirement years. With over 15 years of experience in the financial industry, she has a bachelor's in accounting and has her Series 7, 63, 24, and 65 licenses. Renora has a 16-year-old son and lives in Georgia.