9 Biggest Mistakes Divorcing Couples Make


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This is a list of The 9 Worst Mistakes Divorcing Couples Make In Regards To Their Finances.


Mistake #1. 

Not getting a copy of your credit report from all three credit bureaus – Experian, Equifax and TransUnion.  It is impossible to formulate a financial plan without having a complete understanding of the situation.  There may be charges, inquiries or late payments on your credit report that you are not aware of.  If you need help getting a copy, please let me know.


Mistake #2. 

Not establishing your own credit.  Separate as many as your unsecured accounts as you can, especially your credit cards.  If this can be done without closing the accounts it would be better, so that you don’t lose out on the credit history you have worked so hard to establish.  Keep in mind that while you have joint accounts, even one late payment can lower your credit score by up to 50-75 points.



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