• David Smith


There is no doubt that divorce hurts - it’s confusing and involves some heavy emotions.

It’s at this tender time when you need to get really serious about what lies ahead. The decisions you make and sign off on with your final agreement, will affect you……forever.

People facing divorce may become so stuck in fear, they see themselves as a victim and are unable to provide information or even ask simple questions.

This is a critical period, and errors can be costly and time consuming. So…don’t wait.

  1. Research. Explore the many divorce options you have. Choose the process that feels best for you.

  2. Ask. Talk to family, friends and co-workers with personal experience, for referrals to trained divorce professionals. Speak with therapists and counselors, too.

  3. Hire a pro. There’s no way to have all the answers, and that’s ok. Add a divorce specialist to your team to ease your mind and secure your future.

  4. Imagine your best outcome. Absolutely critical. Take the time to look ahead and be clear on your financial needs and goals. How can you best achieve them?

  5. Keep asking. Caring divorce professionals will be patient, understanding, and willing to answer your questions and address your concerns.

Gain confidence. Contact our office to schedule your FREE one-hour consultation with our Certified Divorce Financial Analyst®.

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During this COVID-19 situation, Sand Oak Divorce Solutions is here to serve you, open and fully operational. We are available to answer your divorce related financial questions, hold strategy sessions and financial mediations, and to navigate your divorce process and assist with your post-divorce transition either by phone or through our online capabilities.