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The Economics of Divorce Series: The Aftermath of Divorce

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About This Episode

Cordell & Cordell Executive/Managing Partner, CEO Scott Trout, is joined by Cordell & Cordell Lead Litigator, Erin Zielinski, and their guest, Gabrielle Clemens, an author and certified divorce financial analyst. Together the group discusses the options that you have once you have made the decision to go through with the divorce, such as dividing your assets and what your life may look like after a divorce.

The most difficult concept to wrap your head around from the very beginning of any divorce is that your assets may be completely split in half. It can be very difficult to figure out where to go and what to do, so it’s important that you weigh out your options with your lawyer. Follow along as the group discusses some of these options, along with Ms. Clemens’ book, “Marriage is About Love, Divorce is About Money.”

Want to read Ms. Clemens’ book? Purchase it here –

Looking for the retirement calculator mentioned in this episode? Find it here – /divorce-calculator

If you are facing divorce and not sure where to turn, contact a Cordell & Cordell divorce attorney.

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Cordell & Cordell was co-founded in 1990 by Joseph E. Cordell and his wife, Yvonne, as a general practice firm with a focus on men’s divorce and family law.

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