One big consideration women and men have when considering divorce is the real costs of leaving. Financial advocate, Victoria Lowell is a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst and she offers practical advice for being on the best rack.
Too many people–especially, unfortunately, women–feel they are at a disadvantage in seeking a divorce because of financial control.
If you’re married to a narcissistic #Hijackal, that will usually be the case. What can you do?
HIGHLIGHTS OF THIS EPISODE:
- What’s your financial identity?
- How’s your financial infidelity?
- How #Hijackals and others hide assets in divorce
- Is it possible to reverse a power of attorney?
- What if my partner does not make a full financial disclosure during divorce?
- What about pre-nups?
- What steps can a women take to regain control of her financial power?
I’m delighted to bring Victoria Lowell to Save Your Sanity to discuss very real concerns people have when wanting to leave a toxic relationship but finances seem too troublesome. Have you ever thought you couldn’t leave because of money?
#Hijackals love to take financial control amid the other kinds of control they enjoy. You might find yourself unexpectedly having your name taken off houses or other assets. What do you do? How do you manage? What CAN you do?
Big important discuss today with this financial advocate and coach. Great insights!
GUEST: VICTORIA LOWELL
Victoria “Vicky” Lowell is a financial advocate and coach, international bestselling author and the founder of Empowered Worth, a financial-education platform that empowers women to become active participants in their own financial future and well-being. She is also the author of the international bestseller, “Empower your Worth: A Woman’s Guide to Increasing Self-Worth and Net Worth.” Her expertise in this field has led to her hosting a college-planning seminar at the University of Miami this year with several speaking opportunities planned, both locally and nationally, next year.
She was formerly at UBS Financial Services, Inc. where she was a client service associate and later a financial advisor. In late 2018 she left UBS and followed her passion to help women assert themselves fiscally. Empowered Worth was born as a resource for financial coaching geared toward educating women to not only meet their immediate economic needs but attain long-term goals.
Lowell has also worked with organizations such as the S.O.S. Organization at the Sloan School at MIT, the Junior League of Greenwich, Connecticut and locally with Baptist Hospital Foundation. These endeavors helped to foster her desire to help empower women in her community.
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