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Divorcee

Switching from a dual income to a single income family is difficult.

The average woman’s income will decrease after a divorce.

The Facts:

It is a troubling fact that after a divorce, men tend to experience a smaller decline in income than women.

Changing from a dual income household to a single income one can, in addition to acquiring sole responsibility for your retirement income, have weighty financial consequences for a divorced woman.

 

The Challenge:

Divorce is an emotional life event.

It will be hard, but you will owe it to yourself to act quickly and minimize the impact that your divorce will have on your savings. 

In retirement, planning for the stability of your retirement income and your investments becomes your sole responsibility. 

Being single, you will be entitled to the Single Rate of Age Pension.

Having a financial strategy that is sound, clear and easy to understand will ensure stability for your future. Consider the benefits of involving family members in making these decisions.

 

How can we help?

We invest the time that it will take to get to know you and to understand your financial goals.

Whether your divorce is a distant memory or a recent one should have little or no bearing on the importance of guaranteeing your retirement income.

Depending on your circumstances, you may prefer to include your children and/or close family members in your financial decisions.

We have a fiduciary duty towards our clients.

For you, this will mean that we will always act only in your interests.

Where possible, we encourage including those close to you to become included in your financial plans. We will make sure that they too will have the confidence in knowing that your retirement income will be guaranteed.