Inflation has been easing over the past few months, from a forty-year high of 9,1% in June to 7.1% in November; however, increasing consumer prices, interest rates, and other economic shifts could affect the cost of dissolving your marriage. We have three tips to combat inflation and ising costs so you can finally finalize your divorce:
Mortgage rates are on the rise, making it more expensive to refinance and remove your spouse from a previously shared home. Chase has 7 ways to reduce your mortgage rate.
Cost of living, including gas and groceries, has increased, which may affect a newly single-parent household. We love this list from Healthline on how to lower your grocery bill and other expenses.
Lawyers and other companies may be increasing their fees to account for increased rent, supplies & employee wages. Sustainable Family Solutions offers flat-fee divorce packages, which help you know the exact investment. Discover our flat-fee packages here.
If you’re concerned about the expense of filing for divorce, or the physical or mental toll it may take to finalize the process, please reach out and speak with our team. Having a knowledgeable, qualified attorney acting on your behalf is in your best interest in order to have a successful divorce. Contact Sustainable Family Solutions today to schedule a consultation.
Divorce changes everything, from the missing ring on your finger to the missing assets you used to share with your partner. You may have to adapt your assets to fit your new life. This can sometimes include changing vehicles or even changing homes.
Wild Felice & Partners is a full-service law firm focusing in estate planning, asset protection, elder law, and probate administration. Michael Wild is a child of divorce and went through divorce himself, so he understands how difficult the divorce process can feel.
“We utilize a combination of real estate law, estate planning strategies, corporate formation, family law, and asset structuring to assure that our clients are protected from potential litigation, creditors, and any other threats that may be looming,” Michael shared with us. “A properly designed asset protection plan can accomplish many of your most important objectives.”
Michael also shared that having a support system is imperative to the process, as no one is victorious alone. His team at WFP Law PA is available to assist with estate planning or asset protection needs, especially for those contemplating divorce or those who have been recently divorced.
When not helping others, Michael loves to spend time with his children, as well as yelling at the TV when watching football. Go Gators!
“It’s easy to say
“let’s make it about the kids” but you really need to do it. Put your own pride to the side, and take care of your family.”