The Hardest Question of All - Should You Stay or Should You Go?

Updated: Jul 29

At some point in your life, you may find yourself facing one of the most life altering questions of all, should you stay in a marriage, or should you go? This decision is incredibly daunting specially for women.


Considering whether to stay or leave a marriage is painful and confusing. There are a lot of things to consider, especially the financial future of both parties and their families. One of the main reasons women often stay in unhealthy and sometimes abusive relationships is money. The fear and uncertainty they feel may in fact, cause women to stay by default rather than consider their options and then make an informed decision.


Sadly, one of the biggest fears women face is the idea that they will not be able to make it on their own. Not understanding their financial circumstances, their legal rights nor their actual options can be paralyzing to the point that staying feels like the only option.


If you are feeling overwhelmed and are not sure where to start, working with a Divorce Financial Planner confidentially will help you find the answers to questions about your current finances, the marital estate, and how would a property division look like for you. At Ever After Wealth™, we will help you create a blueprint of your finances moving forward in the short and long term. As you gain a better understanding of your circumstances, you will feel confident about your future and empowered to make the best decision for you without feeling stuck or hopeless. And then you will be able to confidently decide if you should go, or you should stay.


María Iglesias Martínez, CDFA® CDS™

Financial Divorce Specialist.


I am a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst®, Certified Divorce Specialist™ and the founder at Ever After Wealth™. If you are not sure where to start, visit our website www.everafterwealth.com to learn more about our mission and schedule a complementary and confidential discovery phone call to find out the options available to you.


Disclaimer-- To avoid any conflict of interest, I do not manage assets nor provide investment advice. I do not sell financial products. I work strictly as a consultant.