Managing Money on
Divorce and Separation
Not only is divorce an emotionally difficult time but it can be particularly daunting if you’re in the dark about what’s going to happen. Knowing the points you need to consider and where to go for help can be the first step in helping to feel more in control of the situation.
This workshop will cover:
- Divorce – the basics
- The legal and non-legal options
- Understanding your finances now and in the future
- Pensions – how to avoid the big mistakes
- Dealing with property and mortgages
- Tax considerations
- The Priorities: children, your wellbeing, moving on
How do employers benefit?
This practical, fun and engaging course will not only help parents teach their kids about money; it will also help parents themselves learn more about money too.
Employers have found this course particularly relevant as part of supporting mental health wellness and, diversity and inclusion initiatives aimed at supporting different employee groups within their organisation. For example, soon to be parents, existing parents, guardians and grandparents have found this course invaluable.
Employees appreciate an employer who looks out for the mental health and financial wellness of their family.
What have people said?
The engaging session provided fundamental insight for UK colleagues at all levels of our organisation, many of whom are finance professionals, proving that knowing and doing don’t always go hand in hand!
Chris Carroll, Aon
The event was very well received by our Hong Kong colleagues with children – the feedback was that it was engaging and practical.
Managing Director (Hong Kong), Willis Towers Watson
Longhurst is a firm of independent financial advisers who believe that with the right strategic plan, everyone has the power to realise the lifestyle they want for themselves and their family. They are experts in helping people make smart decisions with their money and future both during and after divorce.
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Providing easily-understood information to help everyone ‘move forwards’ with their finances. The session is designed to be fun and interactive, and attendees will receive planners to take away to help them become ‘better with money’.