This unique book explores an overlooked but pivotal truth: Divorce is a financial planning issue. All too often, people willingly enter into marriage without even discussing our investments, obligations, income, budget, or the impact a divorce might have on our financial futures. Why would we taint our special day by talking about money when there are caterers to hire and dicey family dynamics to manage?
Both men and women think marriage is supposed to be about trust, love, and romance. And it is. But we are ignoring and important reality. The current divorce rate is about fifty percent. In I Now Pronounce You Financially Fit, Pam Friedman talks about this financial elephant in the room. In marriage, as Friedman explains, it is never too late to protect our money from the financial devastation of divorce. And if divorce is unavoidable, her advice can help us through that too.
Pam Friedman uses her twenty-plus years of experience in financial planning and investing to advise us about how to address our finances as couples. By being sensible, informed, and realistic, we can prevent many of the financial problems that cause divorce—or that divorce can cause.
Read this book and let Pam Friedman help you discover your happily ever after.