Gail Vaz-Oxlade explains the financial impact of a contested divorce on the average Canadian…
“One reasons divorces end up costing so is because there’s usually a ton of emotional crap to wade through. But if you allow your emotions to negatively impact your financial decisions, you’ll not only be sorry, you’ll be poorer. The emotional stuff is temporary, the legal costs, permanent.”
…and about how the team at The Common Sense Divorce can help you avoid making emotionally driven mistakes:
“One of the best ways to stay out of court is to have a good team behind you. I got involved with The Common Sense Divorce because its great dedicating to helping people going through divorce reduce the financial costs and the emotional trauma. As my partner Darren Gingras says, “We walk people from grief to relief.””
Gail Vaz-Oxlade: Canadian best-selling financial author, host of TV’s ’till Debt Do Us Part, Princess and Money Moron and co-founder of the Common Sense Divorce.
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